Dr Oz: Should You Put Ice on a Burn?
Dr. Oz searched the country far and wide to find the smartest and funniest boys and girls to be on the first-ever Dr. Oz kids show. He invited several of them to his studio for a special edition of kids bust health myths their parents told them, so get ready because you might just learn a thing or two!
Dr Oz: How to Stop a Nosebleed
Did you ever get a nosebleed as a child? When it happened did your mother Did she tell you to tip your head back in order to stop the bleeding? Dr. Oz asked two of his kid guests to help him reveal the truth about this myth because tipping your head back is actually not the right thing to do for a nosebleed.
Learn forward and pinch the soft part of the nose, which will force the blood out while also stopping the nosebleed.
Dr Oz: Does Cracking Knuckles Cause Arthritis?
How many times has your mom told you that cracking your knuckles causes arthritis? We have probably all heard that one over the years, but is there any truth to it? Dr. Oz says this is another myth that needs to be busted because cracking your knuckles will not lead to arthritis. The popping and cracking sound you hear is simply due to a gas buildup in the joints, so even though it might bug your mom if you crack your knuckles all the time, you can rest assured because your joints will be just fine.
Dr Oz: Best Way to Treat a Burn at Home
Dr. Oz says he constantly hears people say that the best way to treat a burn is with ice, but does it actually make the burn better or could it be harmful? Dr. Oz explains that when the skin gets burned it begins to get damaged and when you ice it you literally give it frostbite, which then causes the skin to crack.
The best way to treat a burn is to hold the wound under cool running water for about 10 minutes.