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Dr. Tony Taylor

Dr. Tony Taylor

MD, EMBA,
Emergency Physician
New Westminster, BC
Q:

What are the various degrees of burns?

A:

There are three main categories burns are placed into. First degree burns result in redness of the skin. If you have a burn that is showing blisters on the skin, this is a second degree burn. In a third degree burn, the most serious kind, the skin will turn black. If you have burned yourself, and it is a second or third degree burn, you should get medical attention immediately.

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Treating Emergency Burns

Dr. Jason Rivers

Dr. Jason Rivers

MD, FRCPC,
Dermatologist
Vancouver, BC
Q:

What is the treatment for acne?

A:

Acne can leave scars on the skin if it is left alone, so treating the condition is important. Depending on your specific case of acne, and the severity, your doctor might suggest creams including Vitamin A, and possibly antibiotics if there is bacteria present. You can ask your doctor about the best treatment options for your acne.

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How to Treat Adult Acne

Ms. Sarah Blunden

Ms. Sarah Blunden

Dt.P, EAD, CPT Diabetes Educator
Registered Dietitian
Ville Saint-Laurent, QC
Q:

Glucides sains pour le contrôle glycémique

A:

Les glucides comprennent l’amidon, le sucre et les fibres. On peut les trouver sous différentes formes d’aliments, par exemple, dans la famille des féculents comme les produits céréaliers, les fruits, certains légumes et les produits laitiers et le lait. Il y a aussi une autre sorte d’aliments, que l’on va nommer « autres » où l’on retrouve des glucides, comme dans les biscuits, les bonbons et le sucre.

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Glucides sains pour le contrôle glycémique

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