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Didital mucous cyst- other than surgery is there any way to reduce the blister like appearance on the second joint, right hand index finger

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How do I treat a bakers cyste behind the knee


If it is really a cyst, and not something like a blood clot or aneurysm, the doctor may decide on

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It is important to discover the base cause of the cyst, which could be

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not really a home DIY thing to treat

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If you put your hand in plain white flour after a burn, will that prevent burning and blistering?


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My finger has been feeling sort of jammed or uncomfortable for about a week. Now a small bump has come up at the joint. What is this?


OK, I'll bite. It sounds like a ganglion cyst. It's a benign, balloon-like bump under the skin. They can be annoying, but are not usually anything to worry about. If it doesn't go away on its own, or really bothers you, consult a doctor. They will probably recommend resting the finger, possibly splinting it for a time, or use a needle to drain the cyst.
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Fingers sticking togetherwhen working


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I peck my key board,what,s the for me to learn my keys on the key board


I'm a 'Hunt and Peck' keyboardist myself. (Took typing in school too! lol! {TOO long ago} Up to 60 words a second with no mistakes :)

Tips I have picked up:

Part of the Alemna method is to memorize certain key letters for the Index finger of the Left hand, and Index finger of the Right hand.

The Left Index finger types the letters,
R, F, V, T G, and B.
Hard to remember is what Alemna states, unless you use a simple memory pattern.
Run From Vicky To Get Becky

The Right Index finger types the letters,
Y, H, N, U, J, M
You Have Nothing Uncle Joe's Mad

12 letters of the 26 letter alphabet.

Now here are two videos of basic typing,

1) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_3kEcNDYPls&feature=channel

2) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=axfXFqXbhhM&feature=related

You can also find more information to the right in > Related videos.

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Fingers position on the key board ,can you display that?


Hii,
The exact fingers position on the keyboard is as following
For Left Hand
Little finger on A, Ring finger on S,Middle finger on D and Index finger on F
For Right Hand
Little finger on ;, Ring finger on L,Middle finger on K and Index finger on J
You can gain speed by placing your finger this way..GO for it

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