Food Republic detailed how to deal with possible grilling injuries at your summer cookout. From burns to knife cuts to meat overload to a jalapeno in the eye, you definitely will want to check this out before lighting the grill.
“I once treated someone who stomped out a campfire in flip-flops and fried off the soles of his feet,” says Dr. Kristina E. Orio, attending physician in the Emergency Department at the South Shore Hospital in Weymouth, Mass. Tis the season for backyard barbecue fun. It’s also that time of year for unexpected trips to the ER (and we aren’t even talking about the fireworks).”