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Vitamin E rapidly depleted by burn injuries by Dr. John Z. Medical Doctor Posted Sat 23 Oct 2010 12:00am OregonState.edu - 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 »
Tips For Burning More Fat With Cold Thermogenesis (And Why Icing Really Does Work). by bengreenfield Facebook Posted Mon 17 Sep 2012 12:00am As I write today’s post, I have just finished my usual 5 minute morning cold shower, followed by 10 minutes of morning yoga in my chilly backyard – and I’m currently wearing a cool fat burner vest. I may be no Wim Hof (the “Iceman”, who is pictured above and featured in videos like this), [...] 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 »
(Too much) Ice Ice Baby by Amy G. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 22 Oct 2008 6:15pm This could just as easily be titled "Burn Baby Burn." It was very easy to give myself frostbite on my knee. In 60 degree weather. Inside. With an ice pack. It resulted in a big burn on my knee that hurts like a sonofabitch! How in the world, after so many times of icing my knee after activity, did I do this? Dunno. Maybe by using a differ ... Read on »
Put your Pelvic Pain on Ice by Bonnie B. Patient Expert Posted Thu 15 Jan 2009 7:42pm The burning is definitely the aspect of my pain that is the most difficult to deal with. Give me throbbing over burning any day of the week! Although the pain meds I take help a great deal with the burning, during a flare up or after a long day of work, it breaks through. Aside from the ouch factor, burning pain is really distracting! For me it's ... Read on »
A Reconsideration by Kate Freed Posted Tue 10 Apr 2012 3:57pm I hope you all had a lovely Easter weekend. Ours was perfectly relaxing. It also involved us riding our bikes to the movies to see the Hunger Games - which was awesome. Anyways, this is an incredibly long blog post about training and diet. You have been warned. Feel free to opt out now. Reconsidering Racing After the Cherry Bl ... Read on »
Embrace the Cold Weather: It Helps You Burn Fat! by JoachimsTraining Posted Sun 27 Jan 2013 11:48am Some evolutionary biologists believe one of the reasons the obesity rate has skyrocketing is because we spend so much darn time in climate controlled atmospheres.  Think about it, when was the last time you shivered? Cold weather burns lots of calories and fat from our bodies.  The majority of our daily metabolic rate is used up by our body a ... Read on »
Sun Safety: Feeling the Burn by Healthy-Clues .. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 10 Sep 2010 5:30am By hawk684 We have all experienced the frantic search for something to soothe our sunburn at least once. Whether you forgot to re-apply your sunscreen or had a not-so-brilliant plan to get a tan, sunburns are painful and can cause serious damage to the skin. Read the do's and don’ts below to ease the sting and cool the burn. Do's and ... 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 »
Tracking Calories Burned by Your Therapy Source Posted Wed 13 Oct 2010 8:01am If you are working with children to increase their activity levels or to reduce obesity, take the time to check out My Fitness Pal. This is a free, fun tool that calculates how many calories you burn doing many different tasks. You pick the activity, put in your weight and for how long you did the activity. It quickly calculates how many calor ... Read on »