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Asked by genera 7 years ago
How i can reduce my love handles, means to remove them fully??
No shakes or anything like that plz.. unless they REALLY help.
Asked by octopuscabbage 8 years ago
Hey heres just some general health questions i have for anyone out there and dont judge, i am simply just asking for help alright so i am 15 and i am 6'2" tall and 145lbs with a pretty good diet if that pertains to any questions. first question: on my fingernails i have little white marks that show up all the time its like if i damaged my nails but i didn't and they are very random and mostly show up on my right hand only, second question: my left eye has what looks like a popped blood vessel and its been like that for about a year and it doesn't go away every so often it varies, for example it will be kinda pinkish in the area then the next day it will be dark red, what is this?, third question: my feet naturally go out when i walk and stand they look like this:\/ with the point being my heels how can i fix this, fourth question: whenever i work out, my right elbow gets symptoms of tennis elbow and when im doing curls my elbow hurts severely on the way down but it doesn't hurt when im bringing up the weight, also my right elbow will lock up: for example i will be writing in school and my elbow will suddenly freeze, it doesn't hurt that bad it just is annoying and i will have to swing my arm for it to get unstuck and continue writing, what is this and how can i fix it? fifth question: if i scratch my head i will acummulate this greasy white stuff under my finger nails (keep in mind i wash my hair very good everyday) and this is just nasty please explain to me what it may be and sixth and final question: i have bad posture in my back and would like to know some exercises i can do to improve it? sorry this was really long and if you could respond that would be nice thanks
Asked by BIGHAIRYDUDE 5 years ago
I found out 2 days ago that I might be at risk for gestational diabetes (getting diabetes while pregnant. Usually goes away after baby is born). My doc suggested that I try a diabetic diet and I've looked up many great recipes and ideas but I was wondering if the Instructables community has any input. Do any of you have diabetes? How do you figure out what to eat? So I'm turning to Instructables for healthy alternatives for everyday eats. I know the basics, everything in moderation, leafy greens, eat colors of the rainbow, exercise, low carb intake, water, water, water - all that jazz. Do you guys have any favorite healthy recipes or instructables you've tried and enjoyed? I need to be eating 2200 healthy calories to keep baby strong and give myself a ton of energy. I get tested again in 4 months to see if I have to be put on medication or even worse, have to do insulin. I'm going to do my best to prevent this. Any suggestions, tips will be appreciated. Zurichko
Posted by zurichko 5 years ago
I know that on Instructables we do some fairly dangerous stuff with all the potato guns and weaponry. This 30 years ago was perfectly acceptable, but in the modern society health and safety makes you wear goggles and be safe. The fact is you can do practically nothing in an open environment without being told to be safer. I brought up this topic when i heard that one school had banned all pencil cases as well... It might contain sharp objects-like pencils! So what do you think, is all the politics making health and safety a bit over the top or is it just there to protect us?
Posted by Mr Tenacious 10 years ago
From Unlocking the Benefits of Garlic in the New York Times:The power to boost hydrogen sulfide production may help explain why a garlic-rich diet appears to protect against various cancers, including breast, prostate and colon cancer, say the study authors. Higher hydrogen sulfide might also protect the heart, according to other experts. Although garlic has not consistently been shown to lower cholesterol levels, researchers at Albert Einstein College of Medicine earlier this year found that injecting hydrogen sulfide into mice almost completely prevented the damage to heart muscle caused by a heart attack."People have known garlic was important and has health benefits for centuries," said Dr. David W. Kraus, associate professor of environmental science and biology at the University of Alabama. "Even the Greeks would feed garlic to their athletes before they competed in the Olympic games."Now, the downside. The concentration of garlic extract used in the latest study was equivalent to an adult eating about two medium-sized cloves per day. In such countries as Italy, Korea and China, where a garlic-rich diet seems to be protective against disease, per capita consumption is as high as eight to 12 cloves per day.I read this and immediately thought, "1-2 medium cloves per day! Christy and I probably eat that much in a single serving!"Try upping your garlic with these awesome recipes:Roasted TomatoesRoasted Eggplant with GarlicRoasted Sweet PotatoesGarlic Mashed Potatoesand here are some more recipes with lots of garlic.
Posted by ewilhelm 10 years ago
I have the materials to make it but have never done it before. Can someone walk me through how to make 2 gallons of tea and apply the scoby after the tea is room temperature. I have general knowledge but need confidence to do it with out a hitch.
Asked by coachparson 6 years ago
We have our classroom hamster for the summer. I've noticed that she seems to scratch a lot when in her apartment/sleep area. We clean her cage weekly and I often change the bedding in her apartment mid-week. I have not noticed any insects, but wonder if there is something bothering her. Any suggestions?
I have severed my sciatic nerve and have a permanent toe drop. I need a splint like device to keep my ankle at a 90 degree angle. I would like it to fit inside my sneakers. If somebody has an idea please share because my wrists aren't going to be able to handle my cane much longer.
Asked by RequiredSkills 4 years ago
I am considering CPR certification and I am aware of the "Good Samaritan Law" that protects you from lawsuits for trying to help a victim and failing to save their life. My concern is, are you bound by the law to help in every emergency situation that arises? If I choose not to intervene are there legal ramifications?
Asked by hicksdm 8 years ago
Hello there! I have been pondering an idea for awhile and I wish to pursue it. I want to take a baby toy, preferably a stuffed animal, and have it read the baby's temperature, or maybe take its pulse. This is all I have in mind, and would wish for any ideas on how to do this from you guys/gals! Please comment if you have any ideas on how I could do this. Thanks, ThatGuy9080
Posted by ThatGuy9080 1 year ago
Ughhhh...help...uhhh..(this must sound pretty desperate:P)......I'm kinda tall, lanky, gangling, etc. and sometimes hunch over and slump. I'm trying to learn to stand more erect, but my shoulders seem to want to do otherwise. I know a strong core is important in this. Please, if you have any ideas, do pass them along to your rangy comrade. Thanks so much. ;)
Asked by happi cat #71 6 years ago
When I create a new instructable and go to assign the proper category, I see a dropdown menu limited to: food living outside play technology workshop I am looking for "health" but don't see it. Should "health" be on the category list? Thanks for any help.
Posted by milesfromneihu 7 years ago
Coming soon to Instructables.com: the Health by Design Contest! We want to see any Instructable that can promote a healthy lifestyle or make life easier for those whose lives have been changed by injury, sickness, or a disability. This contest is open to all sorts of Instructables. Promote activity with an inexpensive bit of exercise equipment, make a prosthetic limb, mod a wheelchair, it's totally up to you. Prizes and more info to come soon.
Posted by fungus amungus 8 years ago
Instructables should have a healthy living contest.. about all sorts of helpful information. Taking your pulse, signs of heart attack, how to count calories, make your own shoe insole insert, etc. Maybe a life insurance company would sponsor it :) It seems to be the one category missing.. Laura
Posted by lbaran 9 years ago
GoodGuide is a cool website I discovered via Web 2.0's Launch Pad (which Instructables was a part of in 2006). It ranks various products on Health Performance, Environmental Performance, and Social Performance. See how good or bad your soap is for you, the environment, and the workers who produce it.
Posted by ewilhelm 9 years ago
I I have hard that charcoal has the ability to soak up toxins and germs. Would it be bad to use this on skin as a mask? Maybe grind up NATURAL charcoal and then add a little water to make a paste and if necesary add thickeners to make kind of a covering for skin for health?
Asked by trf 8 years ago
What can be inside of this (Attachment) ? It should be a device you put under your bed to neutralize health effects of Hartman and Curry grids - Earth radiation. I am guessing a simple coil, but what is happening if you connect it to the power outlet's ground? What do you think about it? Is this bogus device, and would there be a way to neutralize those radiations? (I do not have this thing, I just want to prevent my father from wasting $50... by the way there are no possible returns)
Asked by jakovn 6 years ago
What can I do to determine if my pet dog, 6 pounds, has a kidney infection?
Please give info at a 7th grade level! It's for a sience report! It also has a pre-made booklet to use so please just list sources of good info!
Asked by Mauigerbil 6 years ago
This unique twist on food and nutrition will give you a visual queue to help you remember what body part is benefiting as you snack! Foods That Look Like Body Parts They're Good For found in Women's Day. Can you think of any other foods that would fit this category?
Posted by Carleyy 7 years ago
I'm just wondering as to why there as so many ibles posted that are an accident just waiting to happen? Does anyone check out as to how safe the end product will be? Do Instructables.com have some kind of get out clause to stop themselves getting sued to buggery when some less than bright child does one of these and becomes a Darwin award winner? I'm all on for the self cleansing of the gene pool by guys who blatantly disregard thier own and others health and safety. I dont believe that we should be making the the job easier by showing them how to do idiotically dangerous things. I am an engineer by trade, I have always been aware of safety issues, but still managed to collect a fine collection of injuries and scars over the years. If there are featured and winner banners why not one for marking the dangerous or unsafe ones?
Posted by Dr Qui 7 years ago
Hi guys, I'm trying to create a little gadget to measure my cat's activity throughout the day by measuring its steps and sleep. I can attach a regular fitness band around its neck but I've got no clue as to the algorithm to go along with it since cats obviously don't move the same way our wrist or arm would. Any ideas? Thanks for the help!
Posted by Juan FelipeT 2 years ago
As I searched for something on health, and didn't find one. Of course, the normal caveats are true, since none of us are able to diagnose or treat disease, this is only to point one in a possibly correct direction.
Posted by Goodhart 10 years ago
Hi nice internet people. How may I loose 20 kg in about 2 weeks? I cannot diet or excessivley exercise due to uhm... health condition. Uhm. I would like it to be subtle, so not being ovious about it. I dont care if the weight loss effects my health in a minor way, but death is no good. Thanks!
Asked by Warlrosity 7 years ago
Maybe I forgot to click on the "Health by Design" button when I published these two instructables? It was late and I was pretty tired. I can't think of any other reason why these instructables on how to deal with eczema wouldn't qualify: Bleach baths and other cheap eczema remedies Extra special fancy cream for eczema
Posted by belsey 7 years ago
Im 14, which automatically means i have acne.... no bad acne, but still acne. i have tried almost everything and still have acne.... the only area i have it is under my eyes and my nose. does anyone know of a good home remedy or a brand that works best...
Asked by redsuit09 8 years ago
My father has gout, and it seems his attacks come on as a result of too much rich, sweet food. I want to bake him something delicious, but I don't want it to cause him to have a gout-attack. Anyone have any ideas? Thanks!
Antibiotic resistance is becoming a real problem, and I figured that the crafty and scientific community could help. https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/help-fund-and-add-incentive-drug-companies-create-new-and-better-antibiotics-fight-rising-super/nwTTbVX3 I started this petition on the white house website. Note: This is at no benefit to me, I am just trying to bring awareness to this issue.
Posted by airsofter1 4 years ago
These first aid kits include individual kits for treating different types of injuries. What makes this so special, is that each kit includes audio instructions on how to handle the situation and how to use the kit.The LinkThis technically fits into kids and sports, but I posted it on the life section, since more people read this section.....
Posted by Keith-Kid 9 years ago
I need it to emmit for about a month non stop at full/ almost full power. Hopefully non expensive and energy efficient. I have a wifi thing from a laptop that I can use, or I can buy a wifi router from a store.
Asked by ANDY! 7 years ago
Next week we'll be launching our first ever Instructables Beauty Speed Contest! We want to know your secrets for making your inner beauty glow. Whether you've got a recipe for skin cream, a special technique for liquid eyeliner, or great tricks for voluminous hair, this is the time to share your knowledge. Home facials? Dye your hair with Kool-Aid? Show us how! The contest will only run for two weeks, so don't be shy - get ready to share your Va Va Voom!
Posted by scoochmaroo 7 years ago
Hi I am concerned about the health and safety aspects of the instructable of "Dirt Cheap Acoustic Guitar Pickup by Xuthal". The project encourages people to take apart a smoke detector to obtain a piezo sounder. However no warning at all is given by the author that there may be radioactive material in the device, or how to recognise it and how to deal with it. I tried to post a warning on the article but for some reason it hasn't worked. I could not see how to flag up the item so I am posting here. Whilst the manufacturers of smoke alarms play down the dangers of Americium 241 dioxide (the radioactive material), they would most certainly not condone opening up a smoke detector sensor. Am O2 will most likely pass straight through the gut due to its insolubility, so your readers are probably safe from ingesting it. However, if the source is fractured into dust particles, it could be inhaled and will lodge in the lung for a long time. Being an alpha emitter the Am241 will very likely end up causing a lung cancer. I think this instructable is highly irresponsible and should be removed. In any case the item taken from the smoke detector, a piezo transducer, is readily available from any hobby electronics supplier and costs less than the battery to power the detector in the first place!
Posted by TCSC47 2 years ago
Hello. I've heard that teeth were able to absorb some substances/molecules thanks to the porosity of the enamel. Unlike bones, as they are not self-regenerating from the outside, I was wondering what substances may be usefull to offset the erosion of the enamel (remineralization ?). Is there something that could be concidered as a "food" for teeth ? Also, about dental caries, as they are mainly caused by bacteria eating "fermentable carbohydrates" who generate acidity, here is a question that may sound stupid, but that is serious : - to make the work of those bacteria harder, is it better to sleep with the mouth wide opened (oxygened mouth) or with the mouth closed (anaerobic conditions) ?
Posted by chooseausername 10 years ago
Our local (I think) news service has done a story about CFL's emitting too much UV radiation, You can view it here.Would you rather sit under an incandescent light or a CFL for a extended period of time?Do you think they should have warning labels on them?Do you have any other opinions on CFL's and energy saving globes?Or do you think this is all just a way to get more people to but the old incandescent bulbs?
Posted by thermoelectric 9 years ago
The other 3 she lives with (one of the three is separted from them) arent twitching, im pretty sure rabbits dont just twich their fur just to do it, i sure it's cause something is irritating her skin. is there anything i can do at home to stop the iritation?i checked her fur and from what i can see she doesnt have anything in it. they live out side in a large hutch with a long run and it,s the middle of winter so i thought everything should be dead. what can i do to help her?
Asked by four bunnies 5 years ago
Hello everyone. I've recently gotten into the benefits of going barefoot without actually leaving the house shoeless. When I run, I wear stupid-looking vibram five fingers, and I've got a pair of Vivo Barefoots by Terra Plana that were too expensive. I'm sick of looking for new shoes that meet the specifications of being classified as "barefoot shoes" because they either way to expensive or just look stupid. The solution? Does anyone know anything about replacing the soles of shoes? I figured I could just take some shoes I've already got or get some new ones and replace the anatomically flawed soles with a sturdy but flexible sole about 3 or 4mm thick throughout. But I have absolutely no idea how this would be done.
Posted by Daax 8 years ago
Until just a few years ago, doctors believed that the brain stopped making new neural connections - meaning that the memory began to get irreversibly worse - when the body stopped developing, usually in the early 20s. And doctors knew that, like any other part of the body, neurons weaken as people age. Loss of brain function due to neural breakdown was assumed to be a normal, unavoidable part of aging. It turns out they were wrong.In the past few years, it has become clear that you can, in fact, make new neurons starting in your 20s and continuing well into old age. You can literally rewire the brain with new parts as the older parts wear out. How?There are lots of things you can do right now to preserve, protect and enhance your gray matter.14 Ways to Boost Brain Power
Posted by Keith-Kid 9 years ago
It's a random thing to ask, but since this is done easily online, I thought I'd give it a shot. ;)The survey is over workplace health and very very quick. (10 questions.) My team and I are designing a corporate health program so we need some initial feedback to tell us how people feel about it. 100 people is the limit for the survey and I'm hoping to max that out.Thanks to anyone who helps out! :D(And terribly sorry if I've friend-ed you on myspace and facebook, you'll probably see this again!) http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=zSMWFXvAtWGoxze4TICeAw_3d_3d
Posted by jessyratfink 9 years ago
A few sundays ago, I fell asleep at the wheel of my car mid-day (thankfully Ellen my wife was with me and I swerved and unnerved her enough to wake me). Of course I scheduled a follow up sleep study to be done (amazing how booked up they are) and that is taking place this coming Monday - Tuesday. It will probably result in my "pressure" being upped to around 15-18 on the machine; which is getting high. Just wanted those of you that know me why I wouldn't be posting Monday afternoon in case anyone noticed :-)
Posted by Goodhart 5 years ago