Eating these foods can help heal wounds

Vitamins A, B, C and E all play roles in the body that can assist with wound healing when we hurt ourselves. — dpa

An open wound refers to any type of injury where the skin or underlying tissues are damaged or broken, resulting in an opening or a break in the skin’s surface.

These wounds can vary in severity, from minor cuts and scrapes to deeper and more extensive injuries.

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