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Healthline suggests treating mild second-degree burns by running the skin under cool water for 15 minutes or longer, applying antibiotic cream to the burn and taking an over-the-counter medication, like ibuprofen, to eas... More »

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The differences between first-, second- and third-degree burns are based on the severity of skin damage, according to Healthline. First-degree burns cause reddening of the skin, second-degree burns cause blisters and ski... More »

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The first step of treatment for a second-degree burn due to boiling water is to rinse the skin with cool, but not cold, water for 15 to 30 minutes, according to WebMD. The water helps to lower the temperature of the skin... More »

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The best treatments for pain associated with coccyx, also known as a tailbone injury, include taking anti-inflammatory, non-steroidal drugs such as ibuprofen or aspirin and applying ice for 15 to 20 minutes four times a ... More »

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Chemical burns should be rinsed with slow-flowing water for at least 20 minutes, taking care that the water does not carry toxic chemicals onto other parts of the body, according to WebMD. If the wound is small, it may b... More »

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The many causes of red blotches on skin include burns, infections, autoimmune diseases, allergies and hormonal changes, notes Healthline. It is important to speak with a professional regarding any lasting changes to your... More »

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