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Bee Sting

Slang; a potential financial problem, especially if it comes from a decision made with insufficient information.
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Our overarching goal is to improve risk communication on bee swarms and bee stings, and we encourage additional reporting of bee swarms aboard ships during future missions.
My specific concern about this latest fad, stings, is danger of anaphylaxis, a life-threatening allergic reaction to a bee sting.
What made healers take bee sting therapy seriously was researchers' observation that beekeepers were much healthier than the population in general
DISCUSSION: This patient was brought to hospital 7 hours following the mass bee stings and he was in anaphylactic shock respiratory depression and deep comatose state.
Honey bee sting envenomation may result in number of clinical presentations[2]:
Consider referral to a pediatric allergy specialist if a child has a history of adverse or severe reactions to bee stings.
Bee stings are very common and are serious for those who are allergic to them.
But when you have a condition like MS that involves the numbing of the body, any kind of sensation is welcome, even if it's from a bee sting.
Case reports and mini review of bee stings of the cornea.
Furas Al-Rawhani said he was treated with bee stings and is now feeling better after frequenting several hospitals.
The bee stings are really great," says Mohammed al-Dayya, paralyzed from the waist down because of muscular atrophy.
Thus, although the data collected for this study is strictly referred to as Hymenoptera stings, it is known to correspond mainly to bee stings.