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A burn is an injury that’s caused by heat or fire. A third-degree burn is the most serious kind of burn. This kind of burn damages all of the layers of the skin and also the tissues underneath the skin. (Not the tissues you blow your nose in! We mean the stuff your body’s made up of.)
Cooking and baking are lots of fun – as long as you stay safe. Read this article for safety tips before you head into the kitchen.
A second-degree burn is one that hurts the top two layers of skin.
A first-degree burn is one that only hurts the top layer of skin.
It’s fun to be outside on a hot, sunny day. But too much sun and heat can make you feel terrible. Find out how to stay safe in this article for kids.
Note: All information is for educational purposes only. For specific medical advice, diagnoses, and treatment, consult your doctor.
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