|CHN Health Matters|
|Written by P. Michael Shattuck, M.D. - CHN Family Physician|
|Tuesday, October 22, 2013 9:36 AM|
What should you do if stung by a bee?
You may have noticed that the bees and hornets are very active and aggressive as the summer comes to an end and we enter the fall. Their food sources are declining and they are seeking sweet meals. They commonly will try to share your food or drink. This increases your chances of being stung. Bee stings are a common cause of emergency room and doctor’s office visits. What can you expect if you are stung and what can you do?
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