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How to Treat Someone for Shock

Know how to care for a victim who's gone into shock with these important tips.

How to Treat Poison Ivy

Learn how to take the sting out of poison ivy with these important tips.

How to Treat Heatstroke

Learn how to treat some with a heatstroke using these important tips.

How to Treat Blisters

Learn how to treat blisters effectively following these steps.

How to Treat a Sunburn

Learn how to soothe a sunburn fast so you can get back to the beach.

How To Get Rid Of Chiggers

Get rid of chiggers with these helpful tips.

Mobile HIV Testing: The New Standard?

They say "every journey starts with a single step," right? That's the mission statement of a burgeoning breed of HIV Outreach Programs. Though their numbers are small, the number of people they're saving is growing.

Fighting HIV and AIDS: New Research

In this health video learn how a new treatments for HIV and AIDS are allowing patients to live much longer, in one case up to 20 years longer than expected.

New AIDS Drugs

In this health video learn how 40 million people worldwide suffer from AIDS. Now, two new drugs have been approved that could mean lifesaving options for these patients

How a Nursing Home Rethinks Alzheimer Care

More than 5 million Americans are living with Alzheimer's Disease. Many are cared for in traditional nursing homes, but one facility is turning the rules of Alzheimer's care upside down.

Treating Alzheimer's with a Shake

One in eight older Americans is living with Alzheimer's. While there's no cure, a high powered energy drink could slow Alzheimer's from stealing your memory.

The Challenge of Mapping Alzheimer's Disease

5 million Americans are diagnosed with Alzheimer's. Researchers across the globe are pulling together to help them out and map all the genes that may cause this memory-robbing disease.

New Risk Test for Alzheimer's

Researchers developed the first test that can see into your future and predict your risk for Alzheimer's. It may help some patients in danger of the disease enroll in trials that could slow the decline.

Physical Activities with Loved One's with Alzheimer's

Some activities that you can share with an Alzheimer's patient. From cooking to gardening, activities you can do with your loved one with Alzheimer's.

Advice for Caring for an Alzheimer's Patient

Ways to communicate, simplify tasks and help your loved one with Alzheimer's navigate through their world. Including advice for caregivers.

Common Alzheimer's Disease Misunderstandings

In this video Dr. Craig Ritchie discusses some common misunderstandings of Alzheimer's, Terry Pratchett and interviews a patient and his carer about his condition and the support available to them. Watch this short film to learn about Alzheimer's treatment and intervention.

How Alzheimer's Disease Affects the Brain

Alzheimer's disease, the sixth-leading cause of death in the United States, is an irreversible, progressive brain disease that slowly destroys memory and cognitive skills. E.R. physician Dr. Travis Stork illustrates how Alzheimer's disease affects the brain.

Alzheimer's Awareness for Patients and Caregivers

Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall, Chief Medical Officer of Pfizer, joins The Doctors to further explain the devastating effects of Alzheimer's.

Giving Hope for Children and Adults with HIV

More than one million adults and children are infected with HIV in the United States. But thanks to advances in treatment, they are living longer than ever before.

Signs and Symptoms of Alzheimer's and Dementia

Laurie Owen discusses the signs and symptoms you should look for in a loved one who might have Alzheimer's or some other type of dementia.

Preventing Alzheimer's and Types of Dementia

Laurie Owen of Home Instead Senior Care provides information on how patients can prevent Alzheimer's or other types of dementia.

Diagnosing Alzheimer's and Dementia

Laurie Owen of Home Instead Senior Care explains how Alzheimer's and other dementias are diagnosed.

Lifestyle Changes for Alzheimer's and Dementia

Laurie Owen of Home Instead Senior Care discusses the various lifestyle changes one should consider if they are suffering from Alzheimer's or other types of dementia.

Staying Healthy as an Alzheimer's Caregiver

Laurie Owen of Home Instead Senior Care provides tips on how to stay healthy as an Alzheimer's caregiver.

Keeping Alzheimer's Patients Safe

Laurie Owen of Home Instead Senior Care explains the top tips for keeping an Alzheimer's patient safe.

Using Past Memories to Comfort an Alzheimer's Patient

Laurie Owen of Home Instead Senior Care explains how to use past memories to comfort Alzheimer's patients.

HIV Positive Teens' Complications

Carol shares the complications that can arise for teenagers who are born with HIV/AIDS.

Advice for Women Newly Diagnosed with HIV

Dr. Lewis describes the first steps a woman should take when she is diagnosed with HIV and explains the importance of support groups.

Tips for HIV Positive Domestic Violence Victims

Dr. Lewis provides three tips for women who are in domestic violence situations, specifically those with HIV/AIDS.

Reasons to Work for an HIV/AIDS Organization

Dr. Lewis describes her inspiration to work with patients who are HIV and AIDS positive.