Month: September 2016

broken collarbone

Treatment for a broken collarbone

A broken collarbone or clavicle fracture can occur in all age groups. Generally, the collarbone is attached to the upper part of the breastbone to the shoulder blade. The injuries can be caused by falls, injuries from sports and vehicular accidents. Sometimes, infants can break the collarbone during the birth process. [youtube url=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=huTdHYMnEa0″ width=”220″] Disclaimer …

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sunburn

How to treat sunburn

Sunburn is a reddened, painful skin that feels warm when touched that usually happens within a few hours after excessive exposure to ultraviolet light from sunlight or other artificial sources such as sun lamps. [youtube url=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9aFm087_XWg” width=”220″] Severe and excessive exposure to sunlight increases the risk of damaging the skin and the development of other …

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