Answer: A third degree burn is a severe burn that has gone completely through the skin and is affecting the underlying tissues. First aid would consist of getting the person away from the cause of the burn, trimming away any clothing that can be removed without disturbing the burn and providing first aid for shock until trained medical personnel can respond.
Whatever you do, PUT NOTHING ON THE BURN. This will delay healing, cause excruciating pain and do nothing to help.
Answer: Beechwood fires burn bright and clear, if the logs are kept a year Chestnuts only good they say, if for long its laid away Ash new or ash old, is fit for a queen with a crown of gold. Birch and fir burn to fast, burn up bright but do not last. Apple wood will scent your room and fill your house with perfume. Ash wet or ash dry, a fire to warm kings slippers by
Answer: Top 3 in no order. Having sex, swimming, and high intensity rollerblading.
But there are hundreds of ways. One can start slow and work up to high intensity and presumably weight loss would increase ones chances of getting to have sex to lose more weight. A known statistic is that if one were to walk for an extra hour a day in a year they would lose a stone (6.3kg or approx 7 pounds)
A partial thickness burn (second degree) affects both the outer layer of skin and the layer that lies underneath it (the dermis). The skin may have large blisters and the tissue is deep red, wet, and shiny. These burns are very painful.