Bee Sting

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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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Wasp stings are common worldwide, and the responses to wasp stings are diverse, ranging from mild local reaction to severe systemic reactions [1, 2].
Acute myocardial infarction after wasp stings in a patient with normal coronary arteries.
Bee and wasp stings, and whitetail spider bites were the most common envenomations with 93.3% having treated bee stings, 84.6% wasp stings and 81.8% white tail spider bites.
In a post-mortem examination, Nevill Hall's Dr Geraint Evans said the cause of death was anaphylactic shock and wasp sting.
We skated for a good half an hour, but I think the only cool trick done was the wasp sting to the face that I pulled.
WOODYATES gave the Suffolk Racing Club their first winner, in the stayers' claimer, and set up a big-price double for Jimmy Fortune, who came in for the ride for Pat Eddery - who is still recovering from an allergic reaction to a wasp sting at Windsor on Monday.
AWOMAN whose husband died from a wasp sting last night told how he died within minutes before her eyes.
In Oregon, on average, one person has a fatal reaction to a bee or wasp sting every other year, said entomologist Michael Burgett at Oregon State University.
| Most bites result in symptoms similar to a bee or wasp sting. | If you are bitten by the spider the first thing to do is wash the area with soap and water.
"They say it is no worse than a wasp sting, but I've seen some wasp stings in my time and none anywhere near as bad as this."
Home first aid includes vinegar on a wasp sting and bicarbonate of soda for a bee sting.
She is also seen getting to grips with the skills needed to help someone who suffers a heart attack and the Swansea crew are called to help a young baby who goes into life-threatening anaphylactic shock after a wasp sting.