The Internet has been ablaze with reports of Apple Watch users posting photos of “burns” they have received from their Apple Watch. Many people have reported that they felt heat from the watches that eventually burned them – but could there be a more likely culprit?
Tagged: skin care
I have weirdly fond memories of my first sunburn experience. After spending an entire day at the community pool for Omeed’s 11th birthday (swimming, movies, and the first of many run-ins with the police), I woke with a strange pain in my back and shoulders. When I ran into Duy and Omeed at school the following week, I realized what the incredible pain in my shoulders was.
Before becoming a doctor, I never knew so many people walked around every day wondering if some part of their body was infected. Ever since medical school, my family, friends, and (sometimes) strangers alike seem to want to show me their random, often disturbing body parts, and want to know if they have an infection. Once a stranger in an elevator tore off his shirt to show me his recent surgical incision.
I have seen people put just about everything on their scrapes. Yes, everything. This includes bleach and semen. To be specific, it was a combination of bleach and semen in a 1:1 ratio. It did not work and I would recommend you avoid such a concoction unless you are into that sort of thing.