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How To: Recognize the signs of autism

As many as 6 in every 1,000 children have at least one Autism Spectrum Disorder. People with ASDs tend to have problems with social and communication skills, and have unusual ways of learning and reacting to different sensations. It is important to note that Autism is not just one disorder, but a series of disorders. Learn how to tell if your child is showing symptoms of Autism with this tutorial video.

How To: Save the Bee Population from Colony Collapse Disorder

The bee population is in trouble. Colony Collapse Disorder is a mysterious malady that is decimating bee colonies all the country and could kill them completely, which would leave all of the plants and honey-loving people of the world in serious trouble. This video will give you some tips for encouraging the bee population, which is really one of the most green things you can do in this, the bees' time of need.

How To: Treat anxiety disorders with Zoloft

Zoloft is an often prescribed by psychiatrists and it takes about two weeks for it to really take effect. Along with Zoloft there are a lot of techniques that can be used as well, including breathing, exercising, eating well, and sleeping well. In addition to those things a persons thoughts have to be taken into consideration because anxiety is caused from thoughts and perceptions. How we think about things is very important in dealing with anxiety. Trying to understand and change those thoug...

How To: Conquer an eating disorder with Deepak Chopra

"How does one conquer an eating disorder? Deepak explains that people with eating disorders usually have a poor self-image. They see themselves as unlovable and unattractive. To combat this illusion, he suggests practicing the "mirror technique" where one can look at oneself in the mirror and say "I am beautiful, I love myself, and thank you God for making me exactly

How To: Identify bipolar disorder

Almost six million American adults have bipolar disorder, which can cause severe mood swings, from manic depression to intense euphoria, on a regular basis. Although this condition is one of the more confusing mood disorders, this video can help.

How To: Treat PTSD & practice memory release with tapping

EFT is a highly effective way of dealing with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). If you have an event in your life that you need to be at peace with, this video will help you. Tapping (EFT or Emotional Freedom Technique) is a way to take away the emotional component of the memory. If you find the event too painful to visit on your own, please consult a qualified EFT Practitioner.

How To: Beat insomnia by resetting your bedtime routine

When sleep problems becomes chronic, it can morph into psychophysiological insomnia: As you prepare for bed, you begin to get nervous about sleeping. In this video, David Schulman, MD, director of the Emory Sleep Disorders Laboratory in Atlanta, explains how the body reacts to the expectation of insomnia. He offers simple changes you can make to help break the cycle.

How To: Live with quadriplegia

Living with quadriplegia requires a lot of adjustments. Physical therapy and occupational therapy are a necessity, after your physical condition has been stabilized. Physical therapy is necessary to regain and maintain as much coordination and strength and flexibility possible. The occupational therapy will teach you how to perform as many of your daily activities of living independently as possible. It is important to have emotional support. Attitude is important. You have to stay positive. ...

How To: Avoid Diabetes

Diabetes is a well known metabolic disorder occurs due to disturbance of insulin level in the blood leading to high glucose level which has a very serious impacts on our body To Avoid Diabetes; You Have to Do Four Things

How To: Perform a full HEENT exam on a patient

After performing a Vital Signs examination on a patient, usually the next step for a doctor is performing the HEENT. HEENT stands for Head, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. This is basically the first big step in a general physical examination. Like other parts of the general physical examination, it begins with inspection, then proceeds to palpation. Andrew Lockman, from the Department of Family Medicine, also teaches doctors in this video about the required use of several special instruments in o...

How To: Stop procrastinating to achieve your goals

In this tutorial, we learn how to stop procrastinating to achieve your goals. Procrastination is an avoidance behavior that can indicate a deeper psychological disorder. To get out of putting it off, make a schedule for yourself! Figure out how long it will take you to finish tasks and then put the time you need to do these on your calendar. Next, create accountability so someone will make sure you are keeping up on your tasks. Also, find meaning in the tasks that you need to do and make them...

How To: Understand the field of psychiatry

If you're wondering about the field of psychiatry, this video will teach you what you need to know. Dr. Ogan Gurel talks about the field of psychiatry and how it works. Psychiatry is a field of medicine that deals with mental disorders and looks at signs and symptoms. As you begin to understand the different aspects to the behavior, medication is entered into the equation to help out the behavior of the person. He explains that you must understand the biological symptoms of people as well as ...

How To: Remove photo paper texture from old photos

Want to digitally preserve an old photograph without also preserving the imperfections of the physical photo paper? With Adobe Photoshpo, it's easy. Whether you're new to Adobe's popular image editing software or simply looking to pick up a few new tips and tricks, you're sure to benefit from this free video tutorial from the folks at Britec Computer Systems. This video offers a step-by-step guide on how to remove unwanted physical textures from your digital images.

How To: Perform a shoulder physical exam

This medical how-to video demonstrates the proper technique for evaluating a patient's shoulders. Follow along and learn how to do a shoulder physical examination. As with all examinations of the joints it is important to follow a standard routine including range of motion, inspection, and to compare the affected shoulder to the unaffected shoulder. Please note this instructional video is intended for medical professionals.

How To: Do sit ups with proper form

The full sit up is the second event of the Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT) or Physical Readiness Test (PRT). Use this clip to better understand the rules, breathing techniques, and overall strategies to achieve best results. In this fitness tutorial, SSG Ken Weichert, Army Master fitness trainer, teaches you how to do sit ups properly.

How To: Help your child stop stuttering

Stuttering is a communication disorder affecting over 3 million Americans. Stuttering can make school and other social interactions difficult. Although there are no instant cures, these tips will help your progression toward speech fluency.

How To: Name amines in physical chemistry

In this free video science lesson from Internet pedagogical superstar Salman Khan, you'll learn how to name amines. Whether you need help studying for that next big test or could just use a hand finishing your homework, you're sure to be well served by this video lesson. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, take a look.

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