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  • Bork!
  • Hi! My name is Average Joe, and I'm here to tell you about kitchen safety! In particular, Fires and Minor Burns.
  • Fire, as you may guess, fire is VERY dangerous. However, in our kitchen we use electric ovens, lessening the chance of a fire; But this still is dangerous! However, in this comic, we will be discussing MINOR BURNS, also known as First Degree Burns.
  • The first thing to do once you get burned is to ASSESS THE DAMAGE. If the skin is red, swollen, and painful to the touch, this is the first-degree burn. This can be caused by brief exposure to hot objects, minor scalds, or minor sunburns. If you have a minor burn, remove tight accessories like jewelry, watches, and gloves, and put your hand under cool (not cold) flowing water for 10-15 minutes, or until the pain subsides. If you still feel pain, use aloe vera or an over-the-counter pain reliever.
  • If the burn is intensely painful, red, blotchy, and blistery, then you have a second-degree burn. Treat this similarly to a minor burn. If the pain continues, call emergency services and put a wet, cool towel on the burn. While the emergency services make their way to the school, try to get the student to the nurse (she knows what to do!)
  • Now you know how to treat minor burns. However, even with this knowledge, remember to always be safe and responsible near hot objects. Better safe then sorry!
  • THE END! BARK! BARK!
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