The more we’re outside this summer, the better for our health. It probably means we’re being active, going to the beach and spending time playing. But at the same time, the more we are outside, the more we are at risk of encountering an unfriendly bug – bees and wasps, mosquitoes, fire ants, and even sand flies.
Although irritating, most bites and stings will go away after a few days and don’t require much treatment other than “don’t scratch it!” But sometimes, the affected area will see a much different result. In Part I, we’ll share three common bug bites or stings and what to do about them. Next time around, we’ve got a few more to share.
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Bug bites and stings – what to do if it happens to you – Part I
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