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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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Some 5 million Americans are stung annually, with stings occurring more frequently than bee or wasp stings in affected areas.
Dunedin vet Fiona Campbell said: "Washing with salt water or mild vinegar solution helps to deactivate the sting, but you should take your pet to the vet as soon as possible if they show a reaction.
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Results: During 2009 to 2011 a total of 5804 cases of scorpion sting referred to health and medicine centers.
com, Sting was visibly hurt at the 11:58 mark in his WWE World Heavyweight Title Match at Night of Champions when he was heaved backward through the air by his opponent Seth Rollins and into one of the turnbuckles.
The red scorpion sting was seen in 60% cases, and the site of sting was found to be the foot region in 61% cases.
It turns out the more delicate parts of the body do not react as badly to bee stings compared to areas where you might expect the skin to be thicker and less sensitive.
Ramhormoz area is one of the most important foci of scorpion sting problem in the east of Khuzestan from point of medical, epidemiology and geographic local scorpion distribution according to the reports of local health authority of Khuzestan (Radmanesh, 1990, 1998; Vazirianzadeh and Samie, 2006).
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Wasp and bee stings rarely require hospital treatment.
Look after yourself and others, with St John Wales This week, St John Wales tackles wasp and jellyfish stings WASP AND BEE STINGS An ordinary sting from a bee or wasp is usually painful rather than harmful.
A sting from a jellyfish can be extremely painful, but trying to treat it with urine isn't going to make your day any better," said Joe Mulligan, the British Red Cross's head of first aid.