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Bee sting

stings from bees and other large stinging insects such as yellow jackets, hornets and wasps can trigger allergic reactions varying greatly in severity. Avoidance and prompt treatment are essential. In selected cases, allergy injection therapy is highly effective. (The three as of insect allergy are adrenaline, Avoidance and Allergist.)


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I apprecite you beetle both about awareness of invertebrate to world and insect bhobia. Its not that world ... MATTER ALWAYS, BUT NUMBER DO".... One bite of COBRA makes man dead, But one sting of honey bee can make sense as painful as cobra bite and 200 bites can make man dead.... ...

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