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how do I treat burn from hot peppers to hands?

A: There are several different types of peppers that are commonly used all across the world, in different cuisines. many different varieties of hot peppers are used while cooking, in order to add a specific flavor to a dish. Hence, it is common to see different types of peppers in salads, roasts, grills, pastas, pizzas and so on. however, most types of peppers contain a chemical known as capsaicin, which is a very strong mucus membrane and skin irritant. Hence, you could sustain capsaicin burns on your hands, by handling certain types of hot peppers like jalapenos, chili peppers and even capsicums, with your bare hands. When you touch or chop peppers with your bare hands, the different molecules that are present in capsaicin come into contact...


how to boost your immune system?

A: To boost your immune system, you need to first avoid the things that weaken it such as junk foods, toxins, stress, drugs, and sugar are some examples. These thing also causes you body to be acidic, prime ground for sickness to thrive. To boost it, here are many suggestions. 1) Keep practicing good personal hygiene care, wash your hands! The great plague of 1918 could have been avoided by practicing good personal hygiene. 2) Get plenty of rest. During deep sleep, our body release potent immune-enhancing substances that strengthen your immune system function. By not allowing our body sufficient rest, the immune system will sputter, and as a result, not function at full capacity. We then are more likely to become ill with common illnesses. A...


how likely are you to get an infection at the site of the incision?

A: Heather, I don''t think fat people are any more susceptableto incision infections than anyone else. I have had 2 surgeriesand one of them did get infected. These surgeries were bothat the bottom of my stomach on the under side of my apron offat. The only reason the first one got infected, I believe, is that I didn''t keep it clean enough. With the second one,I made sure I washed the incision twice daily with an anti-bacterial soap (Dial Gold Bar) and I didn''t have oneminutes trouble. You might even use an antibiotic ointmenton your incision to reduce the chances of infection even more. Good luck with your surgery. Risks can be classified as Minor and Major..Complications such asinfections from incisions is classified as a minor risk @...


What's staff infection and how do you get it?

A: Staphylococci are gram-positive, aerobic organisms. Staphylococcus aureus is the most pathogenic; it typically causes skin infections and sometimes pneumonia, endocarditis, and osteomyelitis. It commonly leads to abscess formation. Some strains elaborate toxins that cause gastroenteritis, scalded skin syndrome, and toxic shock syndrome. Diagnosis is by Gram stain and culture. Treatment is usually with penicillinase-resistant ?-lactams, but because antibiotic resistance is common, Vancomycin may be required. Some strains are resistant to all but the newest ribosome-targeted antibiotics (eg, Linezolid, quinupristin plus dalfopristin) or Daptomycin (a lipopeptide antibiotic).(Merck) Please see the web pages for more details and images on Staphylococcus areus, Methicillin resistant...


Personal items for servicemen in Iraq? Military people please answer.?

A: I am not going to give you a long list of things that soldiers really do not need to survive a deployment. however, the following are always necessary: 1- baby wipes (the most important item, especially if the soldier is in a combat oriented MOS). 2- soap 3- toothpaste 4- disposable razors 5- letters and cards showing support Anything else the government provides. Back in 2003, we had nothing, not even cool water to drink. Now things are a lot better, but soldiers still complain because that is what we do, hence the term "grunt" lol. I cannot emphasize the importance of letters, especially those that come from kids and prior war veterans. Do not send things just to make a package because I advice you, soldiers will not take things...


how do you keep from getting sick?

A: Make sure she washes her hands regularly as after she sneezes bacteria will be on her hands and make sure that she has tissues with her. At most costs try not to kiss her, ive given my boyfriend the cold once and he wasn''t happy! Stay away from her. Do not drink or eat from the same dishes. Dispose of Kleenex''s and bodily fluids with gloves. Things to do to keep yourself from getting sick: 1. Exercise 2. hydrate with tons of water 3. Take supplements or vitamins 4. wash your hands before you eat 5. Eat healthy, vegies, fruits, ect... 6. Stay Away from your sister...don''t share anything with her Hopefully that kind of helped ya ^_^ If the person has a hangover have them sip water or fruit juice to prevent dehydration. Give them some toast...


how worried are you about the SWINE FLU? The bottom-line you need to know about swine flu. washINGTON A never-before-seen flu strain a mix of pig, human and bird viruses has turned killer in Mexico and is causing milder illness in the United States and elsewhere. While authorities say it''s not time to panic, they are taking steps to stem the spread and urging people to pay close attention to the latest health warnings. Here''s what you need to know:

A: Q: Why are people dying in Mexico and not here? A: That''s a huge mystery. First, understand that no one really knows just how many people in Mexico are dying of this flu strain, or how many have it. Only a fraction of the suspected deaths have been tested and confirmed as swine flu, and some initially suspected cases were caused by something else. Q: What are the symptoms? A: They''re similar to regular human flu a fever, cough, sore throat, body aches, headache, chills and fatigue. Some people also have diarrhea and vomiting. Q: how do I know if I should see a doctor? A: Health authorities...

how Can I Avoid Germs on a Plane Flight?

A: We''ve all started to feel ill after taking a plane flight. As our throats feel scratchy and we start sneezing we wonder: Was it the recirculated air? The surfaces that everyone has touched after sneezing into their hands? The fact that we are sitting practically in our neighbor''s lap? The fact that we didn''t sleep at all on the red-eye flight? All of these are factors in catching a cold or the flu from your time on an airplane. Fortunately, there are many ways to avoid germs on a plane flight and make your vacation — or your return home — much more pleasant. Airplanes seem to be the breeding ground for many viruses, in part because so many

washing baby items before use--is this necessary?

A: Shipping and packaging are very dirty business in the cloting industry. It is very fine dust that settles into clothing and other fabrics. I always wash everything before wearing even for myself and my husband. Also think of this, what if someone sneezed, picked up the outfit to look at it on the store shelf and then decided they didn''t like it and put it back? Then it has germs from their sneeze on it, ewwww! You never know what has happened to it before you got it so I say wash it. Not to mention, smell it, new clothing smells funny to me and I would not want that funky smell on my sweet smelling new baby, but that is just me. I worked in retail clothing for a short time, and after that I vowed to always


how can I get rid of the tan on my hands by home remedies?

A: many people who are naturally fair but who have become tanned because of over exposure to the sun are keen on knowing how to remove tan from hands and other parts of their body. In order to know how to remove tan one should be aware that they could use either natural or chemical methods. When checking on how to remove tan naturally one should try and use the various home remedies for tanned skin that are commonly used with great results. The main benefit of using home remedies to remove sun tan is that they don’t have any harmful side effects unlike the commercially available fairness products. One of the ways on

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