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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Seasonal allergies, especially insect allergies, are becoming increasingly common and, as the latter end of the summer approaches, we do receive an increase in incidents of anaphylaxis as a result of wasp stings.
5] Cellulitis and necrotizing fasciitis have not been previously reported following wasp stings.
Worldwide, honeybee (Apis mellifera) stings account for the most common animal sting and wasp stings from all species are the most common human envenomation (5).
I'd like to think that teachers do see it as their job to mop up a grazed knee, soothe a wasp sting or protect a child from getting sunburned.
Ian, 41, from Leek, Staffs, was watching a TV programme about a four-year-old girl who died from a wasp sting after opening a can of drink and decided on the spot to invent a can with a filter on it.
RUB raw onion on the skin to ease the pain of a 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.
Walker had to cover her left eye after a wasp sting but what a sight she saw with her good eye when Laura Davies and Trish Johnson inspired the Eurocrats to a 6-2 victory in yesterday's foursomes andfourballs .
Home first aid includes vinegar on a wasp sting and bicarbonate of soda for a bee sting.