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When will Sun Burn?

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Asked by gorilla kumar, 28 Feb 09:07 pm
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Sun is always burning
Answered by Sagnik Biswas, 01 Mar 03:13 pm

 
  
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Always
Answered by Manju Sikri, 01 Mar 09:25 am

 
  
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Burning all the time
Answered by iqbal seth, 01 Mar 07:50 am

 
  
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When the temperature peaks up!
Answered by GOPI KUMAR, 28 Feb 09:23 pm

 
  
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It's burning already.
Answered by Avantika, 28 Feb 09:10 pm

 
  
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Sun poisioning, my dad got it once. Sunburns are never good news. Not only do they leave you red-faced and stinging, but they often leave lasting damage. Sun poisoning may seem much more serious, but it's essentially the same thing. In medical terms, sun poisoning and sunburn are both referred to as photodermatitis, your skin's allergic reaction to overexposure to the sun.",



In the case of sun poisoning, however, the reaction is a bit more severe and the symptoms may become seriously uncomfortable. A typical sunburn involves itching, redness, and peeling. Severe sunburns may also be accompanied by small blisters that may lead to infection. Symptoms of sun poisoning also tend to include nausea, fever, headache, and dizziness and may also be accompanied by fluid loss and electrolyte imbalance.



If your symptoms are limited to mild discomfort, treat your skin the way you would treat any sunburn. Stay hydrated, apply ice or cold compresses to reduce swelling or itching, and take a ...more
Answered by Mickey, 28 Feb 09:09 pm

 
  
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