Burn Injuries in Winter – Hope 103.2

Burn Injuries in Winter

Winter has well and truly arrived! Coughs, colds, runny noses and sore throats are almost guaranteed to strike in every family. There is also an increase in burn injuries in winter, mainly due to heaters, candles, cups of coffee and even hair straighteners. Nicole Ovens from CPR Kids explained to Sam & Duncan what to do if your child is burned.

By Ally BarnesThursday 7 Jun 2018Hope BreakfastParentingReading Time: 1 minute

Winter has well and truly arrived! Coughs, colds, runny noses and sore throats are almost guaranteed to strike in every family. There is also an increase in burn injuries in winter, mainly due to heaters, candles, cups of coffee and even hair straighteners.
Sam & Duncan spoke to Nicole Ovens from CPR Kids to offer tips on fire safety and what to do if your child is burned.