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First Aid Treatments For Burns by Shilah C. Azib Posted Thu 06 Jan 2011 1:39am The home is where many minor accidents will occur, and the most common of these are burns. Ranging greatly in severity from minor to severe, burns can be extremely painful and debilitating. However quick treatment for burns, as soon after occurrence as possible, can help keep injuries to a minimum and limit the healing duration and ... Read on »
Natural Treatment For Burns by HolisticHealth Posted Tue 09 Mar 2010 10:19am This is the story of Jane Doe and Janice Doe.  What do Jane Doe and Janice Doe have in common? They both love golf and planned on spending the long weekend up in Oakville golfing the pretigious Glen Abbey golf course. Where are they now? Jane Doe happily spent the Friday in Glen Abbey soaking in the sun, and golfing just under par for th ... Read on »
Natural Burn Treatments by Shilah C. Azib Posted Mon 18 Jan 2010 8:40pm Fire has been a part of human life for centuries, and with the use of fire comes the risk of burns. Burns are not to be taken lightly, hence why the lesson that something is “hot” is one of the first lessons that toddlers are taught as they start to explore their world. A serious burn can leave a lifelong scar. However, proper care and ... Read on »
HHS pursues new innovative treatments for severe burns by Health & Human Services Posted Fri 27 Sep 2013 1:01am HHS pursues new innovative treatments for severe burns Read on »
The Classification Of Burns And Their Treatments by Shilah C. Azib Posted Mon 21 Jun 2010 8:40pm Unfortunately, every day people get burned in a variety of accidents at home or at work. While most burns are minor, some can be quite severe. All burns should be carefully treated to prevent infection and other complications. Here is a look at the different classifications of burns and their treatments. For all burn treatments, ... Read on »
Burns – Causes, Treatment and Precautions and Tips by rajesh moganti Posted Mon 16 Nov 2009 10:01pm POST DETAILS: Introduction about burns and types, important things related to burns, complications, when to contact the doctor, things to be remembered and its prevention and suggestions.   What are burns? Burns are nothing but damage to the skin caused by fire, electricity, heat, radiation or chemical reactions. What is the first-aid trea ... Read on »
Sweet News About Burn Treatment – and other news by Davalos & McCormack. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 10 Oct 2008 1:03pm There’s some really interesting news out about alternative treatments, one of which is particularly sweet for people suffering minor burns. But we’ll get to that in a minute. First, some good news for people who have undergone surgery for problems with their lower back. Researchers in the Netherlands looked at 14 different trials involving al ... Read on »
How to approach treatment of a keloid resulting from a burn. Dr. Emily Altman, Cosmetic Dermatologist NJ by DrEmilyAltman Posted Sat 20 Aug 2011 5:42pm A keloid is a type of scar that results from an overactivity of the skin’s normal wound repair mechanisms.  Keloids are usually pink or violaceous, and can be tender or itchy. Keloids can be improved with treatment, in that they will become flatter and lighter, but because they are scars (a permanent change in the skin)it is not possible to rem ... Read on »
When Burns Need Medical Treatment by Shilah C. Azib Posted Mon 12 Jan 2009 2:28pm Most people have had a minor burn sometime in their lives. Maybe you picked up a hot pot, had cooking grease splatter on you, or stuck you hand in some dish water that had gotten a little too hot. If this has happen to you, then you know how painful a minor can be both after it happens and as it is healing. If you can take that memory and m ... Read on »
Shut Them Down! Rotenberg Center Burns Student with "Shock" Treatment. by Kim S. Patient Expert Posted Tue 01 Apr 2014 12:00am By Kim Stagliano My God... In this week after Passover and Easter, "' Eloi, Eloi, lema sabachthani? "  Please take a look at this petition to SHUT DOWN the barbaric Rotenberg Center in Massachusetts.  This "school" (and Abu Graib is a summer camp) uses electric shock as a behavioral treatment. Painful, aversive, out of date ... Read on »