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A boil is a tender red lump on the skin - an infection caused by bacteria. Boils are not usually a serious problem and you can treat most boils at home, especially if you notice them early. Sometimes, boils need treatment from your doctor.




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Sometimes children can suffer from recurrent boils, which can spread to other household members. This is usually because a child carries a strain of bacteria that easily causes infection of any broken skin (minor cuts and scrapes). It is important to treat all household members with skin infection to stop the infection spreading.


Boils may resolve with simple self-care measures, but the infected fluid (pus) needs to drain in order for them to heal completely. Many boils drain of their own accord, or they can be lanced by a health care professional. Antibiotics may also be prescribed. Untreated boils can enlarge or grow together to form a giant multi-headed boil (carbuncle). Rarely, the infection in the skin can get into the bloodstream, leading to serious illness.


Also known as skin abscesses, boils form as a result of a cut or break in the skin, which leads to a bacterial infection. They are characterized as a red, tender area with a painful, pus-filled center that can open spontaneously or by surgical incision. Some boils are caused by an ingrown hair. Others are caused by plugged-up sweat glands, such as some types of cystic acne. Anyone can get a boil. They grow quickly and are usually painful until they drain. However, left alone a boil will naturally come to a head and burst open, allowing the pus to drain and the skin to heal. People with weakened immune systems are more susceptible to boils than the general population.


Boils tend to occur on parts of the body that have hair or sweat glands and are exposed to friction, typically on the face, neck, armpits, or buttocks. There are a variety of different types of boils:


Furuncle or Carbuncle: These abscesses are caused by the Staphylococcus aureus bacterium. A furuncle is an individual boil; carbuncles are deep clusters of boils that most often form on the back of the neck, shoulders, or thighs.


Deep Folliculitis: Affects the entire follicle from its deepest parts under the skin to the surface of the skin. This less-common form of folliculitis is seen in people who are undergoing chronic acne antibiotic treatment, people with HIV, or people with boils and carbuncles.


Intertrigo is a skin inflammation that occurs in warm, moist folds of the body where two skin surfaces chafe against each other. It most commonly appears on the inner thighs, armpits, groin, the crease on the back of the neck, the bottom of breasts in women, and below the belly in obese people. It can be caused by a bacterial, yeast, or fungal infection. Symptoms include a reddish-brown rash that looks raw and may ooze or itch. In severe cases, the skin may crack or bleed.


Stephanie Alexander places eggs in cold water then slowly bring to a simmer to prevent cracking. She then boils for 8 minutes, drains and cools under running water. Stephanie recommends tapping the eggs to break the membrane for easy peeling.


Hi, I learnt this from my mother in law a few years back. Regardless of how the egg is boiled, having cooled the egg enough to hold, crack egg and insert a teaspoon under the shell to lift lift it away from the egg white. Sometimes the shell comes off in one piece.


There is a easier way. I was surprised that I did not see it on the site. After the eggs are boiled just right out of the pan just crack the eggs and then put them back in cold water. Wait a minute then peel. So easy and quick!


I just bring to a boil, turn it off, put a lid on it. Sit for 20 mins (this is for the yolks to be yellow). Then I drain them tap both ends and then roll them on their sides back and forth. You have this web of cracks that will just peel off almost all at once.


I found one day by pure accident that when I put the eggs in a measuring cup that had veg. oil in it. I poured cold water over the eggs and cracked them under the oily water they peeled beautifully. My eggs are very fresh because my chickens lay them every morning for me. So peeling was very difficult before I started this.


1. Tap on both ends.2. With the egg laying horizontally, using the palm of your hand, press and roll the egg. This will create tiny cracks all over the shell.3. From the flat end with the air pocket (where the sack usually is), remove the peel.


a great way to perfect hardboiled eggs? place eggs in cold water and place over high heat until water boils. turn off the stove, put the lid on the pot and set the timer to 12 minutes. this also uses a lot less energy to do the same job. win-win!


I always boil my eggs and when they are done I pour the hot water off and run cold water in the pan, crack the eggs and put them back in the cold water and let 5 or so minutes and even with fresh eggs I have no problem peeling them.


P.S. Rachael Ray, after draining hot water, keeps eggs in pot then bounces them around until they are all cracked. I tried this once but I think I over bounced them, I will try this again being more gentle. : )


Easiest way to peel an egg:Drain water from pot as soon as you pull it off of the stove.Keep eggs in pot and gently pop them around the pot so they crack a little bit all over.Let cold water run in pot as you peel each egg under the stream of water.It works!!!


When I hard boil eggs I put them in cold water with a dash of salt and cover the pot. I bring them to a boil and then turn the heat off. I leave them sit for 10 minutes. Then I drain the water off and run them under cold water to cool them. I do find fresh eggs are harder to peel even with this method, but I never get the green edge around the yolk. I just bought these things called Eggies. Open them up, crack the egg into it, close it back up and boil the egg in them. No peeling necessary then :) Just open them and the hard boiled egg falls out.


I boil them for about 8 minutes or so, then drain the water, run cold water over the eggs, tap to make a crack, pull the membrane and run luke warm water between the membrane and the egg and the shell will slide right off almost every time.


I read once that if you crack a boiled egg on the end that has the most empty air space, (air pocket) the shell comes off without cracking in small pieces. It actually works. Make sure your eggs are cooled.


Thanks for the advice. One tip I would like to add is using a teaspoon to remove the shell. After cracking the shell, move to the top of the egg, gently use the spoon to move the shell from the egg. This came from a neighbor who shares their fresh eggs. ? I find the fresh eggs to be the most difficult to peel! I prefer the ones he has had for a few weeks to make creamed eggs.


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