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In the human body the skin plays an important role in the health and well-being of people. Skin forms a protective barrier for the skeletal system as well as provides a method for the body to absorb oxygen, carbon dioxide and nitrogen. In addition, the skin also acts as a barrier to keep moisture out of the human system. Because of the importance of skin, it is necessary for people to protect their skin.

While the human body can withstand bumps and bruises in everyday life, one of the biggest concerns are burning the skin. There are many ways that the skin can be burned. They can occur from sunburn, scalding liquid, wounds, abrasions and other methods. The severity of the burns can range from minor discomfort to severe pains from third degree burns.

People of all ages are susceptible to burns, however, children need to be watched in order to prevent sensitive skin from being burnt. In fact, preventing burns should be important for all people. In the event of a burn, treatment will depend on the level of the burn. For a sunburn or minor abrasion, cleaning the wound and keeping the area treated can help speed up healing.

  • Burn Classification – This article explains about the various types of burns.

  • Burns – Information on a wide array of topics about burns.

  • Medline Burn Information – Informative article which describes the different degrees of burns.

  • Classification of Burns – In this article from the Stanford Children's Hospital you will find out about the classification of burns and treatment.

  • Burn Overview – Useful article which describes various types of burns that can occur.

  • Skin Facts – Helpful page with information and facts about the skin.

  • Healthy Skin Matters – Informative web page that explains what purpose the skin has with the body.

  • Skin Anatomy – A look at the importance of skin and the human body.

  • Information About Burns – This page provides readers with information about the skin and burns.

  • Burn Information – Article which covers burns and how it can be treated.

  • Burn and Scald Prevention – Tips and information from the U.S. Fire Administration about preventing burns.

  • Burn Prevention – Informative web page from WebMD which gives helpful advice on burn prevention.

  • Burn Awareness – Page from the State of Wisconsin Health Services with information on preventing burns.

  • Preventing Burns – Information on how families can prevent being a victim of burns throughout the house.

  • Burn and Scald Prevention Tips – Helpful page with tips and advice on how to prevent burns.

  • Burns and Scalds with Children – Useful page with a number of tips and information about preventing burns in children.

  • Babies and Burns – Helpful guide for parents on how to prevent babies for being burned.

  • Burns Injuries – Educational page with information on burn and injury prevention for children.

  • Treating Burns – Information for families on the treatment options for treating various types of burns.

  • Pediatric Burns – Overview of burns and burn treatment for children.

  • Resource Center – Helpful page with information and resources on burn education.

  • Resources – Page with information and links for burn victims.

  • Burn Resources – Useful web page that provides links and other resources about burns.

  • Sunscreen – Article with a series of frequently asked questions about the importance of sunscreens.

  • Sunburn Resource Guide – Informative page with helpful advice on how to prevent being burned by the sun.

We hope this information about skin and skin burn will be useful to help keep people safe from burns. Please feel free to review this information and pass along to people who need to learn about skin burns and treatment.

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