How to Treat Athletes Foot

Do you have itchy, peeling, cracked, smelly feet? Athletes foot is not just for athletes – anyone can get it. It’s a type of fungus that is contracted by walking barefoot or through touch, and it will overgrow in moisture and sweat. But first-line treatment is really over-the-counter. Dr. Majd reviews 5 tips to treat it at home. Why wait at the doctor’s office if you really don’t need to, especially when your doctor will tell you the same thing anyway?

How to Correctly Use Your Prescription Nasal Spray

Do you suffer from post nasal drip, a chronic cough, or chronic sore throat? A nasal steroid spray, such as fluticasone (Flonase), can help get rid of your symptoms. But most people don’t use it correctly and it’s ineffective without the proper technique. Dr. Majd shows you exactly how to administer these nasal sprays. Although it can still be prescribed, it’s now available over-the-counter.

5 Tips to Treat a Sunburn

Learn 5 tips to treat a sunburn at home using all home remedies and over-the-counter products. Summer has arrived, and caring for your skin appropriately is vital. By the end of this video, you’ll learn how to care for a sunburn appropriately.


5 Myths About Antidepressants

If you are debating antidepressants to treat your depression, it’s vital you learn about the misconceptions and myths about it. In light of Anthony Bourdain and Kate Spade’s recent tragic suicides, Dr. Majd reviewed the signs/symptoms of depression in her last video. Now she will review the 5 most common myths about depression medications, debunked.

Depression Symptoms: How to Know if You’re Clinically Depressed

How can you tell if you’re clinically depressed? Sadness is inevitable in our lives, but how can you tell if what you’re feeling is truly depression? In light of Anthony Bourdain and Kate Spade’s recent tragic suicides, it’s vital for all of us to understand when you or your loved one is at risk. Dr. Majd will review the signs and symptoms of depression that doctors search for when diagnosing depression. Until we remove the stigma from mental illness, those who suffer will tragically attempt to hide their condition. If you have thoughts of hurting yourself or someone else, I urge you to please seek help right away. Seek a trusted family member or friend. Or your doctor — this is truly what we’re here for.

Know that you’re not alone ever – and please call: The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-8255 or, The National Suicide Hotline & Chat 1-800-SUICIDE (784-2433).