(redirected from bee sting)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Financial, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to bee sting: Bee sting therapy
References in periodicals archive ?
Adequate risk communication on bee swarming is important to reduce fear of bee sting exposures and prevent unnecessary attempts to remove bees.
Gwyneth Paltrow has been searching for beauty products "free from toxins" for some time which I find puzzling - because bee stings contain bee toxins.
The use of bee stings in medical treatment is similarly unusual, but the procedure has its own fervent endorsers, who believe that it's a valuable tool in the alleviation of a wide range of problems that conventional medicine can't cure.
Peripheries were cold with generalized non-pitting edema, wheals; multiple bee sting marks (more than 150) were present all over the body more on the exposed parts of face, neck and hands.
Reversible transmural inferior wall ischemia after honey bee sting.
Laura's Heaven by Deborah Mitchell Bee Sting Facial took place at Heaven Nutri Centre, London W1, PS135 (www.
Even so, I recommend that a child with a history of bee sting adverse reactions carry an autoinjectable epinephrine device and practice bee avoidance measures.
We present the case of a patient with a bee sting in cornea without retention of the stinger, who developed corneal decompensation and opacification of the lens as a side effect of the poison.
According to Abdullah Al-Wadei, a researcher in this area and an owner of a bee sting clinic, this treatment method is old and widespread in East Asia countries.
In males, the increased prevalence of chronic diseases, such as coronary atherosclerosis, has been suggested as a factor that may contribute to their higher mortality in bee sting accidents (16, 17).
Despite their fearsome appearance, the spider's bite--which happens rarely--is no worse than a bee sting.
Before drinking, check the inside of drink cans to avoid a bee sting in the mouth or throat.