Some burns may be minor and can be cared for at home, while others require treatment at a Burn Center. This brochure explains which burns are best cared for in a Burn Center and gives an overview of burn care treatments.
Certain customs and practices can put observant Jewish families at high risk for burn injuries. Burn Wise offers simple steps to prevent burns.
Burns can happen at home, work, or play. Burn Safety and Prevention provides burn prevention tips to keep everyone safe during everyday activities.
This brochure offers tips to prevent the most common burn injuries that occur among infants and children.
As children enter adolescence and gain independence, they may overlook the need for burn safety. Burn Safety for Tweens and Teens provides tips on how to prevent the most common burns that occur among preteens and teenagers.
This brochure offers burn prevention tips to help older adults stay safe.
Children who misuse fire can put themselves, their families, and their communities at risk of serious burns, property damage, and even death. This brochure outlines fire use/misuse and steps to address firesetting, if it is of concern to parents.
This brochure provides an overview of how the Burn Center can help parents address firesetting.
Living on your own not only brings excitement and freedom, but also the need for responsibility and safety. This brochure offers burn and fire safety tips to those living independently for the first time.
Most summer activities are meant to be fun, but some can lead to serious burn injuries. This brochure offers advice on how to prevent burns while enjoying the outdoors and warm weather.
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Greenberg Pavilion, 8th Floor
New York, NY 10021
1-888-NYH-BURN (694-2876) or 212-746-0328