Thiamine, aka Vitamin B1, keeps your body fully functioning and ready to move!
In this health-minded video tutorial from SavantMD, one doctor offers some useful advice on the natural health benefits of midday napping. For all of the details, and to learn more about how the positive health and productivity effects of naps, take a look!
This 1949 film demonstrates how self-confidence and right attitudes are necessary to good health.
GAD, or generalized anxiety disorder, is a panic disorder that can create intense stress on a day-to-day basis. In this mental health video, we'll look at understanding and living with this mental illness.
Nutritionist Kendra Coppey explains why calcium is vital to your health and teaches you where to find this mineral in your daily diet!
You don't have to have a university degree to understand the basics of Iguana health and wellness. Let our expert show you in this first section on iguana health how to examine the animal's body, from teeth to tail tip, to determine its measure of health and how to deal with problems. Ron also advises on when it is best to consult a veterinarian.
Once known as S Health, Samsung Health has become one of the most comprehensive health apps available for Android. In fact, we all can benefit from the features the app brings to the table — whether you're a marathon runner or a couch potato. If you're in the latter category, the app has a simple feature that can nudge you towards becoming more active.
These days, everyone is trying to save money wherever possible. Health care is often one of our biggest expenses and in this tutorial, you will get some expert tips on how to lower your expenses and save money on health care.
This video shows how a pap smear is performed.
This dental health flossing tutorial illustrates the C-Shape flossing technique for healthy mouth, gums and teeth. Flossing is integral to dental health and keeping your smile beautiful. The demo is done by flossing a pair of false teeth. Floss everyday!
How To: Find the Right App to Schedule an Insurance-Covered Virtual Doctor's Visit Right from Your Phone
The World Health Organization has declared the new coronavirus a pandemic, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends video visits with a healthcare professional to reduce the risk of being exposed to the coronavirus that causes COVID-19. If you are experiencing mild flu-like symptoms, virtual doctor visits may also prevent you from endangering others.
Your iPhone tracks how many steps you take, how far you walk, and how many stairs you climb each day. That may seem a bit frightening, but it's all for a good reason: the Health app stores this data so you can view your progress in one place. But interestingly, opening the Health app isn't the easiest way to view this info.
It's not easy staying fit and healthy these days with addicting phones, oversized portions, and long workdays, to name just a few things. To succeed, it takes work, commitment, and an understanding of your mind and body — and your iPhone can help you with some of that. While Apple pushed its Screen Time tool to help curb unhealthy smartphone habits, its "Health" app can help with everything else.
Samsung Health has become one of the most comprehensive wellness apps thanks to features that cover everything from step counting to nutrition logging and symptom diagnosis. But because the app has so much to offer, it can be easy to overlook some smaller, but useful features.
You really can't go wrong with Samsung Health when it comes to staying on top of fitness-related data. Its features help you keep track of workouts, track calorie and nutrition intake, and monitor your heart rate, just to name a few. And if you start exhibiting symptoms you've never had before, you can even use the app to find out more about what's wrong with you.
Keeping track of your physical activities can be difficult, especially if you have a hectic lifestyle with responsibilities to constantly stay on top of. Thankfully, Samsung Health is there to help you log your workout routines, leaving you with one less thing to keep track of as you go about your busy day.
S Health is one of the biggest selling points for newer Samsung Galaxy devices. It offers a centralized place to view and manage data collected by all of the various sensors like the heart rate monitor.
If your health is high enough, the zombies will never be able to defeat you! This tutorial shows you how you can use Cheat Engine to reprogram your avatar's health score. It's easy, and you can do it as often as you need.
Prostate cancer is by no means a fun time--but preventing it can be! Want proof? Have a glass of wine!
More than 250,000 breast enhancement surgeries were performed in America last year. So what's the big deal with breast augmentation?
Basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma are the two types of non-melanoma skin cancers. Luckily, there are many options for treating them.
Pimples are definitely not a one size fits all condition. In this video, we'll look at the various forms of acne, from a basic blackhead to clusters of comedones. We'll also teach you the best skin care secrets to zap that zit!
f you suffer from severe acne, a basic treatment like face wash just isn't going to cut it. Luckily, there's skin care that really can help clear up your face, from Accutane (which you've probably heard of) to doxycycline (which you probably haven't).
Suffering from acne scars that are as noticeable as the pimples that caused them? You can find an effective acne scar treatment, from laser resurfacing to collagen injections. Here, the skin care and scar removal you may discuss with your dermatologist.
Schizophrenia is a chronic condition of frightening hallucinations and paranoid episodes. In this video, we'll look at the personality disorder of a schizophrenic, and discuss ways in which this mental illness can manifest itself.
After pregnancy, having a newborn to take care of can be overwhelming. As a new mom, some aspects of baby care will be intuitive to you, but others--like breastfeeding - may feel strange. These video tips for new moms can help!
If you're experiencing infertility, or having trouble getting pregnant, your doctor may prescribe infertility solutions like Clomid. You should know that there are also natural fertility boosters that can increase sperm count and improve your chances of conceiving.
Choosing a healthy pregnancy diet goes beyond just avoiding mercury and alcohol! It's critical to ensure that you get satisfactory pregnant nutrition - but the truth is that you're eating for baby at every meal. Watch this video for pregnancy diet tips!
Even before getting pregnant, you can make some lifestyle changes to ensure a healthy baby and increase your chances of conception. If you've got pregnancy on your mind, here are our preconception primers!
Your pregnancy is finally over! Now, your newborn baby is ready to breast feed... and you've got the breast milk? but somehow its not that simple. Watch this video to get the breastfeeding basics!
The days of asking, "Am I Pregnant?" are over. The pregnancy test was positive. You're 1 month pregnant and you may even have some early pregnancy symptoms. Watch this video to see what your baby is up to in month one and your first trimester.
During month two, you'll see early signs of pregnancy. You're more than halfway through the first trimester and even if you haven't taken a pregnancy test, you may be experiencing morning sickness. This month, you'll also have your first ultrasound.
It's the end of your first trimester, so your baby has graduated to full-fledged fetus status. You still probably have early pregnancy symptoms like morning sickness, and you may have developed a baby bump. Learn about month 3 of pregnancy in this video!
There are different stages of pregnancy, and as you begin the second trimester, you'll notice some changes. You should be feeling more comfortable, and your baby's fetal development is progressing. Watch this video to learn more about pregnancy month 4!
During month 5 of your pregnancy, a sonogram can tell you if you're having a boy or girl! You may be eating everything in sight - but that's normal. You're now at the midpoint of your second trimester - 20 weeks pregnant!
Your second trimester is almost done by month 6, and big changes are taking place. Your baby has probably broken the one pound mark and you may also have started to notice some changes to your skin, like stretch marks. Watch this pregnancy video for more!
Pregnancy weeks 25 to 28 mark the end of the second trimester, and the beginning of the third trimester. During month 7, your baby will be able to hear sounds and may start dreaming, but you may experience discomfort from hemorrhoids or sciatica.
The third trimester is here! Pregnancy weeks 29 to 32 may bring heartburn, Braxton-Hicks contractions, and the return of morning sickness. Your baby now has all 5 senses, and each baby kick is stronger than the last one. Watch to learn about month 8!
Third trimester pregnancy symptoms like insomnia, heartburn, and frequent urination are in full swing. As you get ready for baby you may take a Lamaze class, buy a stroller, or finalize baby names. See what your baby is up to in month 9, in this video!
While some women elect to have a cesarean section, most c-sections are performed because of pregnancy complications like a premature baby, labor difficulty, or exhaustion during childbirth. Learn more about how a c-section works, in this video!