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8% of bee sting people experience the severe and life-threatening allergic reaction known as anaphylaxis.
Bites and stings vary in severity from mild bee stings to lethal snake bites with the latter a significant problem in tropical countries; particularly where access to anti-venom is limited by distance or poverty or where human populations encroach on snake habitats.
On the primary outcome measure, the cumulative number of new gadolinium-enhancing lesions on T1-weighted MRI, there were no differences between the period of bee sting therapy and the period of no therapy (Neurology 2005;65:1764-8).
Kim Clijsters recovered from a bee sting to win yesterday
7,8) In this article, we detail the clinical course of a woman who developed TTP after a bee sting.
She even had a bee sting kit, containing the stimulant epinephrine, but she didn't have it when she was stung Sunday.
When a bee stings, the barbed edge gets caught in the skin.
When a bee stings you, its stinger gets caught in your skin.
Roger Federer, who is due to meet Murray (above) in the quarters, lost his first ever set to Italian Simone Bolelli - and reckons he suffered a bee sting on his hand.
An increasing number of patients are apparently ditching prescription drugs and opting for a bee sting instead.
A BEE sting may have claimed the life of a 90-year-old woman.