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Spray On Stem Cells for Treating Burns and Open Wounds–Regenerative Medicine by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 29 Nov 2010 6:22pm This is a neat story and technology.  According to the video the mixture looks like Jello and is sprayed on.  The woman patient is a diabetic with a foot wound that will not heal and with using her own stem cells, it’s fix and and win. The patient’s first skin graft failed and the patient also had stem cells during her heart surgery 6 wee ... Read on »
Instant Home Remedies For Treating Burning Urine Problems. by baldeepkaur0081 Posted Wed 29 Jun 2011 1:07am Drink atleast 8 glasses of water everyday. Consumption of cucumber juice twice a day also reduces burning urine problems. Mix isabgul in 2 teaspoons water and sugar and drink this mixture. Drink raddish juice every morning. Grind drumstick leaves with jaggery. Take it eveyday to cure burning urine problems. Condiment of onion mix ... Read on »
How To Distinguish Between And Treat Minor And Major Burns by Shilah C. Azib Posted Sun 11 Jul 2010 9:04am There are several distinguishing marks to look for when making an identification of a burn in order to identify if it is a minor burn or a major burn. First-degree burns and second-degree burns that are less than the area of your palm are considered to be minor burns. Second-degree burns that are the size of your palm or cover a lar ... Read on »
Healthy Treats that Will Help You Burn Fat by Corina T. Posted Tue 27 Nov 2012 12:00pm “Treats”, “healthy”, and “burn fat” all in the same snack? Amazing! And that’s just what these 4 delicious snack foods offer. Surely burning fat can’t taste this good? But it can! This article details how to make the delicious snacks and also explains the reasons why these particular foods can burn fat while tasting great The post Healthy T ... Read on »
Treating Razor Burns Naturally For A Smoother Skin by BerryRipe Posted Fri 19 Apr 2013 1:52pm Razor burns are quite unavoidable for young men, who frequently find the need to shave. Girls also shave their legs and arms, get hair removed or waxed to get their characteristic smooth skin. But the most annoying thing about this whole exercise is the razor burns, blemishes and bumps spoiling the entire look. What causes ... Read on »
How to treat a water burn? {Skin Care} by Perfectskincare C. Facebook Posted Mon 13 May 2013 2:30pm So, on Thursday evening, I inadvertently placed my hand under a running hot water tap and the water was scalding hot. And, it burned my hand for almost a second. But, that was itself enough to burn the hand. And, that was when I realized that how much can an acid burn scorch the body! The skin on the top wasn't affected at all. I d ... Read on »
Instant home Remedies For Treating Skin Burns. by baldeepkaur0081 Posted Mon 04 Jul 2011 2:52am Immediately put cold water on the burn. Apply scrapped potatoes on the burn as it has cooling properties. Application of turmeric paste on the burn also helps in healing faster. Egg white can also be applied on the burn to heal faster. Applying thick paste of sugar on the burning helps to reduces burning. Castor oil can als ... Read on »
Need a Boost To Burn Those Holiday Treats? by Linda Posted Thu 03 Dec 2009 12:00am Did you know that some of the foods, nutrients and beverages you take in can increase your metabolism on its own? That’s not to say you can eat anything you want, never exercise and never gain weight. However, there are certain simple things you can do to help you burn more calories so you don’t gain so much this holiday season or all ye ... Read on »
Vitamin E rapidly depleted by burn injuries by Dr. John Z. Medical Doctor Posted Sat 23 Oct 2010 12:00am - Severe burn injuries in children have been shown to rapidly deplete the levels of vitamin E in their body’s adipose, or fat tissues, a new clinical study has found. Stored levels of this important antioxidant were reduced ... Read on »
BURN STAGES AND BURN UNIT NURSING by Stephanie S. Jewett Posted Thu 04 Mar 2010 12:00am Mar 04           Burns can be caused by heat, hot liquids, strong chemicals, electricity and radiation.  They are measured by the amount of body surface that has been burned, the burn degree, and their depth or thickness.  Burns are classified in stages as first, second, third or ... Read on »