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Quick-thinking owner Val Tear managed to shake it out of Cooky's mouth, but he had already been stung.
Scorpions were delievered by the stung people and were identified in Entomology Unit of Izeh Health Centre using Iranian key of scorpions.
Michael Smith, Cornell University, has found that the worst place to be stung by a bee would be in the nostril, the Mirror reported.
Thus, public health education helps people and authorities to prevent from being stung and remedy scorpionism in these regions.
If your friend or loved one is stung by a bee/wasp try to make them as comfortable as possible and if visible, scrape the sting off sideways with your fingernail.
It is advising anyone who has been stung to use a simpler - and less unpleasant - method of combating stings.
In the current study the data of scorpion stings was stud-ied from the epidemiological aspects included: sex and ages of scorpion sting victims, background of patients, antivenin treatment, month of scorpion sting, scorpion stung part of body, color of scorpi-ons, geographical place (rural/urban).
And a theory that is being investigated by Coroners' officers is that she suffered anaphylactic shock after being stung.
Pathologist Melissa Conrad Stoppler said that about 3% of people stung by bees and wasps have an allergic reaction to the sting, and up to 0.
1 : to prick painfully usually with a sharp or poisonous stinger <A bee stung my hand.
Most people who are stung by an insect will have redness, itching, swelling, and some pain around the sting site as a result of the injected venom (photo available at www.