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Ronald McDonald may be recovering from third-degree burns after Burger King's latest stunt.
Hanson's father, Michael Hanson, 55, suffered third-degree burns on over half his body and was at Sutter Santa Rosa Regional Hospital before it was evacuated, Riordan said.
Lara distributed a handout that listed various ailments and their oil treatments: eucalyptus for bronchitis, lavender for third-degree burns, cypress for mononucleosis, rosemary for respiratory syncytial virus.
If the skin approaches a temperature of 160 degrees, a third-degree burn can ensue within a second.
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