Results 1 - 10 of 59 for "burn," sun OR phototoxic reaction OR drug reaction
  1. You and Your Genes: Making It in a Tough Environment From the National Institutes of Health (National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences) - PDF  
    ... the bigger they come, the more skin the sun can burn! Most of us, for example, can get sunburned on a bright day. Your reaction will be greater if you are outside, without ...
  2. Solar erythema: Burn from the sun
  3. ... Pityriasis alba Radiation therapy Rashes Sensitivity to the sun due to medication reactions or certain drugs Sunburn or suntan Tinea versicolor Unevenly applying sunscreen, leading to areas of burn, tan, and no tan Vitiligo
  4. Sunburn: Treatment and Prevention (American Academy of Pediatrics)  
    ... life. Also, some medications can cause a skin reaction to sunlight, and some medical ... twenty- four hours. If your child’s burn is just red, warm, and painful, you can ...
  5. Travelers' Health: Sunburn (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)  
    ... primarily responsible for drug-related phototoxicity and photoallergic ... overexposure to the sun leads to premature aging of the skin, including ...
  6. ... mouth in large doses, it might cause severe reactions to sun exposure. Wear sun block outside, especially if you ...
  7. Burning Issue: Handling Household Burns From the National Institutes of Health (National Institutes of Health)  
    ... says Dr. Ronald G. Tompkins, chief of the burn unit at Massachusetts General Hospital. “But sometimes this immune reaction can lead to further harm to the area ...
  8. Household Hazards to Pets (American Veterinary Medical Association) - PDF  
    ... contact with concentrated solutions may produce serious chemical burns. Some detergents can produce a similar reaction and cats can be particularly sensitive to certain ...
  9. First Aid and Safety (Nemours Foundation)  
    ... Aid Guides Emergency Contact Sheet First Aid: Allergic Reactions First Aid: Animal Bites First Aid: Asthma Flare-Ups First Aid: Broken Bones First Aid: Burns First Aid: Chest Pains First Aid: Chickenpox First ...
  10. Sunless Tanners and Bronzers (Food and Drug Administration)  
    ... to the skin even if you do not burn." (21 CFR 740.19) Sunscreens are regulated as over-the-counter drugs unless they are used in the product for reasons other than protecting the consumer from the sun, such as protecting the product itself from fading. ...
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