Some of the best gifts you can dole out this holiday season are the kind that come straight from your oven. They can also, however, be the most dangerous kind. When whipping up a batch of whole wheat biscotti or chewy brownies, it's best to be cautious of and prepared for any burns that may happen along the way. Take my quiz to see if you know the dos and don'ts of first aid for burns.
Do You Know Your Kitchen Burn Facts?
T/F: In 2008, fire killed more Americans than all natural disasters combined.
T/F: You can take medicine like Advil or Tylenol for pain after experiencing a kitchen burn.
T/F: You should put butter on a burn to help relieve the pain.
T/F: If you spill scalding hot liquid on your clothed body, you should leave the clothes on until they cool off.