Bites sentence examples

  • She felt two tiny bites on her arm, and suddenly electricity flew through her.

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  • Between bites he added, I even brought the white dress.

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  • In 1898 it was conclusively shown in Italy that if a mosquito E of the Anopheles variety bites a person suffering from malaria, and is kept long enough for the parasite to develop in the salivary gland, and is then allowed to bite a healthy person, the latter will in due time develop malaria.

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  • Between bites, Martha regaled the few late rising guests that lingered around the dining room with stories of her adventure and the bus window sights she'd visited.

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  • "I think I'd like to hear the details," Dean said between bites of pie.

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  • While Dean stretched his muscles and alternated between bites of peanut butter sandwich and a banana, Fred perused the rest of the master lists.

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  • Carmen had only taken a few bites before the telephone rang – a reminder that her cell phone was in her room.

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  • Anopheles rarely bites by day, and then only in dark places.

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  • Her stomach growled, reminding her that she hadn't eaten more than two bites of her breakfast.

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  • Between bites he answered Fred's questions, filling in the details of the trip south.

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  • Amid jokes about his skill with a knife, they shared bites and endured more pictures.

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  • The bites in her arm still hurt.

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  • 3515) as a goddess of healing, especially skilled to cure serpent bites by charms and the herbs of the Marsian woods.

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  • The bites had a gape of about 12 cm.

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  • Destiny woke and ate a few bites before going back to sleep.

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  • There are times it can come back and bites you on the butt.

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  • In tropical waters a sea snake is found, which, though very poisonous, rarely bites.

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  • Mosquitoes caught by the experimenters, and sent to London, produced malaria in persons who submitted themselves to the bites of these insects at the London School of Tropical Medicine.

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  • It is one thing to protect individuals from mosquito bites, another to prevent the propagation of the parasite in a whole community.

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  • Thousands of people suffering from bites from rabid animals, from all lands, have been treated in this institute, and the death-rate from this most horrible of all diseases has been reduced to less than i %.

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  • A gnat pupa swims through the water by powerful strokes of its abdomen, while the caddis-fly pupa, in preparation for its final ecdysis, bites its way out of its subaqueous protective case and rises through the water, so that the fly may emerge into the air.

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  • There is no actual proof that this spider is more poisonous than others, but it is a significant fact that its species, inhabiting countries as widely separated as Chile, Madagascar, Australia, New Zealand and South Europe are held in great fear by the indigenous population, and many stories are current of serious or fatal results following their bites.

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  • It is invariably the result of some cause acting generally, such as renal disease, valvular defect of the heart, or an impoverished state of the blood; while a mere oedema is usually dependent upon some local obstruction to the return of blood or lymph, or of both, the presence of parasites within the tissue, such as the filaria sanguinis hominis or trichina spiralis, or the poisonous bites of insects.

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  • It grows rarely to a length of 4 ft.; it never bites, and feeds chiefly on frogs, toads and fishes, but mice are never taken.

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  • Fortunately the majority are of small size, and their bites are not followed by more severe effects than those from the sting of a hornet.

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  • Through this temporary protection the active pupa, which closely resembles the mature insect, subsequently bites a way by means of its strong mandibles, and rising to the surface of the water casts the pupal integument and becomes sexually adult.

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  • Nicander of Colophon has also left us two epics, one on remedies for poisons, the other on the bites of venomous beasts.

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  • It was used in unguents and against the bites of snakes, &c. In the middle ages the flower continued to be common and was taken as the symbol of heavenly purity.

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  • Some chapters describe the manner in which he passes from earth to heaven and becomes a star in the firmament, others deal with the food and drink necessary for his continued existence after death, and others again with the royal prerogatives which he hopes still to enjoy; many are directed against the bites of snakes and stings of scorpions.

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  • They deal for the most part with the hearing of diseases, the bites of snakes and scorpions, &c., but incidentally cast many sidelights on the mythology and superstitious beliefs.

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  • It is extremely hard to draw any fixed line in Egypt between magic and medicine; but it is curious to note that simple diagnoses and prescriptions were employed for the more curable diseases, while magical formulae and amulets are reserved for those that are harder to cope with, such as the bites of snakes and the stings of scorpions.

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  • The same ideas underlie the story of the Brazen Serpent which cured the Israelites of the bites of the serpents in the Wilderness (Num.

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  • There are also two kinds of ants, the semut dpi (" fire ant") and the semut ldda (" pepper ant"), whose bites are peculiarly painful.

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  • Crustacea occupied an extremely prominent place; there were Phyllocarids such as Hymenocaris, and Ostracods like Entomidella; but by far the most important in numbers and development were the Trilo bites, now extinct, but in palaeozoic times so abundant.

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  • It may be employed to destroy warts or small growths, to reduce exuberant granulations or it may be applied to bites.

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  • Carmen had only taken a few bites before the telephone rang – a reminder that her cell phone was in her room.

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  • Some things, like not eating too fast or taking large bites, not talking with the mouth full, might be assumed, but it was surprising how many people did them – in public, even.

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  • adder bites with me?

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  • Lemon oil is also highly antiseptic, making it ideal for gargling or applying to minor cuts, scrapes or insect bites.

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  • bites the dust for another year.

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  • The virus is transmitted to humans by mosquito bites.

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  • All insect bites can usually be treated with an antiseptic cream.

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  • snakes, which prey on rodents had a field day, their ranks swelled to epidemic proportions and reported snake bites surged.

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  • Certain people are more susceptible to flea bites than others.

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  • bites of the cherry.

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  • When an insect bites your horse and penetrates the skin a red, itchy bump of some sort will occur.

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  • chapped skin, nettle rash, insect bites and stings.

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  • To stop mosquito bites itching apply a tiny dab of haemorrhoidal ointment.

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  • Another fan poll bites the dust for another year.

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  • After Bite Insect Bite Treatment - size: 14ml A liquid emulsion used to neutralize insect bites and stings.

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  • epigrammatic point as diamond bites into glass.

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  • I have just purchased a 17 year old, part Arab gelding that bites all the time.

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  • gnats bites usually cause small papular lesions.

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  • gobble down the hot dog in approximately three bites.

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  • Please note: Most dog bites happen in Summer as overheating can cause the dog to become very grumpy.

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  • About three bites into my meal I heard a grunt from behind me which might have been ` Move!

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  • horsefly bites.

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  • insect bites can usually be treated with an antiseptic cream.

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  • itching, skin rashes and insect bites.

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  • Bites: - In most cases a sharp jab is felt where the insect has bitten.

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  • Man bites dog With the scent of unpaid levy in its nostrils, the CITB can be a bit of a rottweiler.

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  • lite bites.

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  • Marsupial lion bites strongest - 06/04/2005 Study reveals extinct marsupial lion bites strongest - 06/04/2005 Study reveals extinct marsupial lion may have had the strongest bite among mammals.

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  • midge bites.

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  • All I needed was some something to relieve the pain from some rather nasty mosquito bites I have acquired.

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  • Rather than waiting until the last minute and feeling overwhelmed with the size of the job, start now and take small bites.

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  • Plus they tend to talk posh, which bites, frankly.

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  • rabies transmitted by bats to humans, bites are not reported.

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  • reality bites, is it still a game they should play?

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  • For years, brown recluse spiders have been blamed for bites on humans and pets, but brown recluse spiders don't live here.

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  • regrettable that selective quotes have only be used to satisfy media sound bites.

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  • To stop mosquito bites itching lick with your own saliva.

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  • saliva of infected animals, rabies is usually transmitted by bites from infected animals.

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  • scorpion bites is similar to that of spider bites.

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  • I see my fairy shrimps and tadpole shrimps avoid nets, or thrash when a predator bites them.

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  • The tightness of the weave makes the smock impervious to insect bites.

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  • snake bites occur on the Indian subcontinent where they are often forced into contact with humans.

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  • sound bites found anywhere.

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  • Venereum Arvum work primarily with folk and medieval material, but they don't deal in easily digestible sound bites.

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  • Between bites I was overcome by uncontrollable spasms of laughter.

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  • Most deaths from snake bites occur on the Indian subcontinent where they are often forced into contact with humans.

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  • When the bat bites its victim, it secretes this powerful clot-dissolving substance so that the victim's blood will keep flowing.

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  • tadpole shrimps avoid nets, or thrash when a predator bites them.

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  • tasty meals & bites from all corners of the world.

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  • tick bites or when they hunt or eat infected rabbits, hares or rodents.

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  • transmitted by bites from infected animals.

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  • They have pushed through the lumpy earth and stand unmoved by the thrusting wind, the bites of cold air.

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  • For insect bites dab on malt vinegar or hold the cut side of half an onion against the stings.

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  • viper bites - 75% cause envenomation, 35% mild, 15% severe.

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  • Better tackle and float fishing methods help keep bites coming when the fish get wary.

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  • And she believes she was saved so that she could meet me. ' He bites his lip and looks watery eyed.

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  • The mosquitos in Greenland are numerous, large and voracious, and their bites brought me out in large welts.

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  • whinge want everything to be right and can be heard whinging about everything from sunburn and insect bites to the foreign food.

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  • The converse proposition, that persons efficiently protected from mosquito bites escape malaria, has been made the subject of several remarkable experiments.

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  • In surgery, the term is given to substances used to destroy living tissues and so inhibit the action of organic poisons, as in bites, malignant disease and gangrenous processes.

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  • I like this goal, and I would like to do it as well, but in bits, not bites.

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  • In many cases of rabies transmitted by bats to humans, bites are not reported.

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  • But when the money runs out and reality bites, is it still a game they should play?

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  • For years, brown recluse spiders have been blamed for bites on humans and pets, but brown recluse spiders do n't live here.

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  • It is therefore regrettable that selective quotes have only be used to satisfy media sound bites.

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  • Caused by a virus that is in the saliva of infected animals, rabies is usually transmitted by bites from infected animals.

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  • First aid for scorpion bites is similar to that of spider bites.

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  • The Lost 45s features America 's largest record library, as well as the largest library of interviews and sound bites found anywhere.

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  • Venereum Arvum work primarily with folk and medieval material, but they do n't deal in easily digestible sound bites.

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  • Most bites should subside within a day or two, although it may take longer for the welt to disappear.

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  • When the bat bites its victim, it secretes this powerful clot-dissolving substance so that the victim 's blood will keep flowing.

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  • Our menu is inspired by tasty meals & bites from all corners of the world.

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  • Cats and dogs become infected through tick bites or when they hunt or eat infected rabbits, hares or rodents.

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  • Viper bites - 75% cause envenomation, 35% mild, 15% severe.

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  • They want everything to be right and can be heard whinging about everything from sunburn and insect bites to the foreign food.

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  • Face bites are actually more common with smaller dogs.

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  • Your baby may only eat a few bites from the baby food jar during one mealtime, but she may inhale the entire jar the next time.

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  • Bibs made of molded plastic, with a pocket that is wide open at all times, generally do a good job of catching crumbs and even entire bites of food that might miss your child's mouth.

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  • Do bug bites get you down in the summer?

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  • This hand-held device uses heat to relieve the irritation caused by bug bites.

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  • It also reportedly works on bee stings, jellyfish stings, blackflies and mosquito bites.

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  • Iams wasn't the only cat food brand to be recalled due to the vast amount of food-related deaths and injuries, but the recall list did include both Iams Cat Slices and Flakes as well as Iams Select Bites.

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  • On the other hand, she bites and hisses at my mother when she's is in heat.

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  • If you watch his pupils, you will be able to see them start to dilate just before he bites.

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  • If he sits on the back of a chair and playfully scratches or bites your arm as you walk by, it is his way of getting your attention and telling you he wants to interact, even if it is a bit of a violent interaction.

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  • Some bites may begin to have an unusual odor.

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  • Bites from stray or feral cats can be more prone to infection that those from a pet.

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  • Now that you know the signs of infection, you can take better care of yourself in the event that a cat bites you.

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  • The virus is also easily spread through bites, mutual grooming, shared litter boxes and feeding bowls (rarely).

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  • Keeping these parasites under control means no more itchy flea bites for you or for your cat.

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  • They move through your cat's fur and their bites cause your cat to feel very uncomfortable.

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  • You may want to wear gloves to protect your hands from accidental scratches and bites.

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  • The substance builds up in the cat's subcutaneous tissue and transfers to the flea when the flea bites the cat.

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  • Spiders bites cause painful lumps, and some spiders are poisonous.

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  • Typical spider bites form hard, painful red lumps with a small puncture mark in the center.

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  • Its antibacterial qualities stop infection and promote fast healing.Aloe gel stops the itch from insect bites, rashes or psoriasis.

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  • Bites and stings from these insects can lead to a whole host of symptoms ranging from mild itching to pain and swelling.

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  • If the pain and itching is mild to moderate, drawing salve is a great alternative to antihistamines to remove the sting and itch of bites.

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  • You can use as a personal insect repellent as well as a treatment for bites and stings.

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  • Your online profile on Match.com or Craigslist caught a lot of bites, but this seems like more than just a nibble.

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  • These tasty bites can be made up to three days before hand.

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  • Appetizers are small bites intended to whet your appetite.

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  • Bearing this in mind, your appetizer selection should be small light bites, dips, or spreads, but nothing too heavy.

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  • Drop nibs into homemade smoothies before blending to add small bites of crunch and a very subtle chocolate flavor and cocoa color.

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  • After receiving several painful bites, Steve developed a fear of parrots.

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  • A site as large as College Humor needs to be separated into smaller, more easily digestible bites.

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  • On formal nights, Celebrity ships offer a "Gourmet Bites" midnight event in the lounges with appetizers and canapés.

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  • Spread through mosquito and flea bites, heartworm is a parasitic infection that disrupts an animal's circulatory system, eventually leading to life-threatening complications.

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  • Most of these shampoos not only kill fleas on contact when properly applied, but also contain anti-itch medication that helps soothe the flea bites, helping your pet to quit scratching.

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  • They're caused when a dog bites at a source of irritation and breaks the skin.

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  • He constantly gnaws, licks, bites, almost swallows his paws when lying down "cleaning".

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  • My dogs bites his paws and causes sores and hair loss.

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  • This leads to two types of kibble in every blend, the larger protein food bites and the smaller LifeSource® Bits that contain valuable minerals, vitamins and antioxidants.

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  • The mosquito ingests the larva of the worms that cause heartworm, known as microfilariae, when it bites an infected animal.

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  • It then deposits the microfilariae into the next animal when it bites it looking for its next meal of blood.

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  • If a dog bites you, tell an adult immediately.

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  • They are also very sensitive to flea bites, so providing proper protection from those irritating pests needs to be a concern as well.

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  • When a mosquito bites a dog, the worm travels to the animal's heart where it later breeds.

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  • Even though there is little evidence that this type of legislation is effective in preventing dog bites, most states have some form of breed specific legislation in place.

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  • Lamb Meal & Rice Adult Large Bites Dry Dog Food - Specially formulated for adult dogs, this dog food is made with 100 percent lamb meal, so it's the single meat source in this dog food.

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  • Lamb Meal & Rice Adult Small Bites Dry Dog Food - In addition to lamb meal, the ingredients in this dog food include white and brown rice, sunflower oil, and Taurine, an amino acid.

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  • Your Garden is an e-book that covers the wide world of gardening, from container gardening to dealing with insect bites to designing paths, getting soil tests and watering.

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  • According to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, scientists estimate that most bites attributed to the brown recluse spider are actually sac spider bites, as these are thought to be the most problematic biting spider on the continent.

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  • The patient bites into the mouthpiece which has been designed to slightly pull the bottom jaw forward.

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  • The good thing about this is if you pick a game that really bites, you can go back and pick out another one.

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  • I'm more inclined to offer appetizers, cheese, or small bites to pair with wine that may bring out the best in both and reduce intoxication.

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  • Allergic reactions can also be triggered by insect bites, molds and fungi, certain prescription drugs, plants such as poison ivy and poison oak, and irritating or toxic substances released into the air.

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  • Explosions, gunshots, and animal bites may cause avulsions.

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  • Animal bites should always be examined and the possibility of rabies infection determined.

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  • These children will only eat a few bites even though they might be very hungry.

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  • Maxillofacial trauma refers to any injury to the face or jaw caused by physical force, the presence of foreign objects, animal or human bites, or burns.

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  • Horses and other large farm animals can cause severe injury to the face and jaw from kicks or bites.

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  • The injury involves a gun, blunt instrument, or animal or human bites.

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  • In the case of animal bites on the face or head, the child may be given passive or active immunization against rabies if there is a chance that the animal is rabid.

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  • This precaution is particularly important, as the incubation period of the rabies virus is much shorter for bites on the head and neck than for bites elsewhere on the body.

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  • Creams or ointments containing cortisone may help control the itch from insect bites, contact dermatitis, or eczema.

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  • Avoiding insect bites, bee stings, poison ivy, and similar plants can prevent the resulting itch.

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  • In addition to fractures, external injuries of the nose include soft-tissue injuries resulting from bites (human and animal), insect stings, cuts, or scrapes.

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  • Falls account for most other nasal fractures in children, although dog bites are reported with increasing frequency as a cause of nasal fractures in children below 16 years of age.

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  • External trauma to the nose may be accidental (transportation accidents, animal bites, air gun injuries, and sports injuries) or intentional (fights, criminal assault, domestic violence, nose piercing).

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  • The injury involves an air gun, BB gun, or animal or human bites.

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  • In the case of animal bites, the child may be given passive or active immunization against rabies if there is a chance that the dog or other animal is rabid.

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  • This precaution is particularly important for animal bites on the nose or other parts of the face, as the incubation period of the rabies virus is much shorter for bites on the head and neck than for bites elsewhere on the body.

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  • Such tearing or crushing injuries as those caused by bites take longer to heal than simple cuts and may require plastic surgery at a later date to restore the appearance of the nose.

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  • Antihistamine tablets and topical creams, gels, sprays, or ointments are used to treat skin hives related to food allergies and itching and hives associated with allergic contact dermatitis and insect bites and stings.

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  • Humans can be injured by the bites or stings of many kinds of insects and animals.

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  • These range from the bites from a neighbor's dog or cat to bites from fellow humans and spiders to the stings from bees, wasps, snakes, and marine animals such as jellyfish and stingrays.

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  • Children aged five to nine are most likely to be injured by dog bites.

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  • Studies also show that most dog bites are from pets or other dogs known to the child who is bitten.

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  • In fact, more than half of the bites seen by emergency departments occur at home.

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  • Many of the bites result from attempting to break up fights between animals.

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  • Although cats are found in nearly one third of U.S. households, cat bites are far less common than dog bites.

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  • According to one study, cats inflict perhaps 400,000 harmful bites in the United States each year.

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  • The tissue damage caused by cat bites is usually limited but carries a high risk of infection.

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  • Whereas the infection rate for dog bite injuries is 15 to 20 percent, the infection rate for cat bites is 30 to 40 percent.

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  • Cat bites are also more likely to be provoked.

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  • Bites from mammals other than dogs and cats are uncommon, with one exception-human bites.

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  • There are approximately 70,000 human bites each year in the United States.

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  • Because the human mouth contains a multitude of potentially harmful microorganisms, human bites are more infectious than those of most other mammals.

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  • Each year about 8,000 Americans receive a venomous snakebite, but no more than about 15 die, mostly from rattlesnake bites.

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  • Because coral snakes are creatures that come out only at night, they almost never bite humans; they are held responsible for approximately 25 bites a year in the United States.

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  • Bites from large, powerful dogs may even cause fractures and dangerous internal injuries.

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  • Infected bites usually cause pain, inflammation of the connective tissues, and a pusfilled discharge at the wound site within eight to 24 hours.

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  • Cat scratches and bites are also capable of transmitting the Bartonella henselae bacterium, which can lead to cat-scratch disease, an unpleasant but usually not life-threatening illness.

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  • Cat bites are mostly found on the arms and hands.

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  • This is why cat bites are much more likely to become infected than dog bites.

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  • Also, people are less inclined to view cat bites as dangerous enough to require immediate attention.

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  • Humans bites result from fights, sexual activity, medical and dental treatment, and seizures.

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  • Children often bite other children, but those bites are hardly ever severe.

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  • Human bites are capable of transmitting a wide range of dangerous diseases, including hepatitis B, syphilis, and tuberculosis.

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  • Human bites fall into two categories: occlusional bites and clenched-fist injuries.

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  • Occlusional bites result from an actual bite and present a lower risk of infection.

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  • Venomous pit viper bites usually begin to swell within ten minutes and sometimes are painful.

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  • Many pit viper and coral snake bites (20%) fail to poison their victim or introduce only a small amount of venom into the victim's body.

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  • Coral snake bites are painful but may be hard to see.

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  • The diagnostic procedures used for dog bites also apply to cat bites.

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  • Medical professionals will also look for indications of child abuse when evaluating human bites.

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  • Because bites from widow spiders and brown spiders require different treatment, capturing and identifying the spider helps to establish diagnosis.

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  • The same is true for bites that are deep or gaping; for bites to the head, hands, or feet; and for bites that may have broken a bone, damaged nerves, or caused a major injury of another kind.

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  • Medical treatment of dog bites involves washing the wound with an anti-infective solution.

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  • Medical treatment for cat bites generally follows the procedures used for dog bites.

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  • Human bites should always be examined by a doctor.

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  • The antidote for severe widow spider bites is a substance called antivenin, which contains antibodies taken from the blood serum of horses injected with spider venom.

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  • An antivenin for brown spider bites exists as well, but it is not readily available in the United States.

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  • Fortunately, the effects of some snake bites can be counteracted with antivenin.

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  • Minor rattlesnake envenomations can be successfully treated without antivenin, as can copperhead and watermoccasin bites.

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  • Prompt treatment and recognizing that even apparently minor bites can have serious consequences are the keys to a good outcome after a mammal bite.

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  • Infected bites can be fatal if neglected.

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  • Surgery and hospitalization may be needed for severe bites.

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  • Even without treatment, most children recover from black widow bites after two to three days.

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  • In the case of brown spider bites, the risk of death is greatest for children, though rare.

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  • Children who are allergic to such stings, however, can experience severe and occasionally fatal anaphylaxis (life-threatening allergic reaction to bites and stings).

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  • Some bites, however, can result in amputation, permanent deformity, or loss of function in the injured area, although this is rare.

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  • Leather boots and long pants offer hikers and campers some protection from bites.

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  • Children frequently play in areas where they can be exposed to stings and bites.

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  • Children who are sensitive to certain stings and bites are at risk for serious anaphylactic reactions.

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  • Bitten: True Medical Stories of Bites and Stings.

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  • Siverstein, Alvin, et al. Bites and Stings.

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  • "Insect and arachnid stings, bites, infestations, and repellents."

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  • Occlusional or chomping injuries: This type of injury results when a person bites down hard on another person's ear, nose, or finger.

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  • Human bites on the head and neck may cause avulsion injuries to the ears, nose, cheeks, or scalp.

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  • Exact statistics on human bite wounds are difficult to establish, although one figure for closed-fist bites in the United States is 11.8 per 100,000 persons per year.

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  • Bite injuries account for about 1 percent of emergency room admissions in the United States and Canada, with human bites ranked third after dog and cat bites respectively.

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  • In one study done in a California hospital, closed-fist injuries accounted for 56 percent of the human bite infections treated, with the remaining 44 percent caused by occlusional bites.

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  • Most infected human bites in adolescents and adults result from fighting, and some are inflicted on police officers or institutional staff.

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  • The structure of the human hand contributes to the frequency with which closed-fist bites are likely to become infected.

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  • Deep bites or bites near joints can damage joints and bones, causing inflammation of the bone and bone marrow, necrotizing fasciitis, or septic arthritis.

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  • Wound cultures are done for infected bites if the victim is at high risk for complications or if the infection does not respond to treatment.

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  • Young children are particularly at risk for infection of puncture wounds from bites on the head because the skin on the scalp and forehead is relatively thin and soft.

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  • The doctor may also consult a plastic surgeon if the bites are extensive, if large pieces of tissue have been lost or if the functioning or appearance of the injured part of the body is likely to be affected.

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  • All wounds from human bites are cleaned and disinfected as thoroughly as possible.

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  • Bites on the ear are also difficult to treat because the cartilage in the ear does not have a good blood supply.

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  • Bites caused by children rarely become infected because they are usually shallow.

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  • Between 15 and 30 percent of bites caused by adults become infected, with a higher rate for closed-fist injuries.

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  • As has been mentioned earlier, toddlers' bites are rarely severe enough to cause a serious infection unless the bitten child has a weakened immune system.

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  • L., et al. "Treatment and Outcome of Human Bites in the Head and Neck."

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  • A., et al. "Clinical Presentation and Bacteriologic Analysis of Infected Human Bites in Patients Presenting to Emergency Departments."

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  • Human bites can lead to infection of the fasciae in the hand.

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  • Human bites frequently cause necrotizing infections.

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  • "Bites, Human." eMedicine, August 23, 2004.

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  • Scratches and bites should be washed immediately with soap and water, and it is never a good idea to rub one's eyes after handling a cat without first washing one's hands.

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  • The disease is usually transmitted to humans by the bites of infected rodent fleas.

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  • The most susceptible wounds are those that are caused by blunt trauma such as crushing or by bites.

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  • There are more than a dozen viruses that can cause encephalitis, spread by either human-to human contact or by animal bites.

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  • Rabies is most often spread by animal bites from dogs, cats, mice, raccoons, squirrels, and bats and may cause encephalitis.

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  • Mosquito-borne viruses may be avoided by preventing mosquito bites.

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  • Or they penetrate skin damaged by burns, cuts and scrapes, infection, insect bites, or wounds.

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  • Children with hyper-IgM syndrome are highly susceptible to infection from animal bites.

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  • Food allergens, cold exposure, and insect bites have also been associated with AP.

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  • A wide variety of substances may cause hives in sensitive people, including foods, drugs, and insect bites or stings.

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  • In the past most human rabies resulted from bites by infected dogs.

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  • Bat bites are now the most common source of human rabies infection.

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  • Every year an estimated 18,000 Americans receive rabies pre-exposure prophylaxis and an additional 16,000-39,000 receive post-exposure prophylaxis as a result of animal bites.

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  • Most rabies exposures are from bites by unvaccinated dogs.

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  • Provoked attacks can include bites received while feeding or handling an animal.

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  • Tick bites were then linked to the cause of the arthritis cases.

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  • Lyme disease is transmitted when a tick carrying the Borrelia burgdorferi bacterium bites a human to feed on blood.

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  • Repeated bites can lead to generalized skin eruptions or inflammation.

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  • Body lice bites first appear as small red pimples or puncture marks and may cause a generalized skin rash.

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  • A doctor should be consulted if complications develop from a lice infestation or if a child contracts a bacterial infection from scratching the bites.

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  • Scratching or scraping at lice bites may cause hives or abrasions that can lead to bacterial skin infections.

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  • Stork bites appear in 70 percent of white and 60 percent of black newborns.

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  • Stork bites or salmon patches (called angel kisses when occurring on forehead or eyelids): These small pink or red patches are often found on the baby's eyelids or forehead, between the eyes, on the upper lip, and back of the neck.

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  • Salmon patches on eyelid marks: These marks disappear by six to 12 months of age, and forehead marks fade by age six; however, 50 percent of stork bites on the neck persist into adulthood.

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  • A dentist will check a patient's occlusion by watching how the teeth make contact when the child bites down normally.

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  • Dog bites are the major origin of infection for humans in developing countries, but other important host animals are the wolf, mongoose, and bat.

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  • Most deaths from rabies in the United States result from bat bites.

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  • In cases involving bites from domestic animals in which the animal is not available for examination, the decision for vaccination is made based on the prevalence of rabies within the region where the bite occurred.

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  • Bites from mice, rats, or squirrels rarely require rabies prevention because these rodents are typically killed by any encounter with a larger, rabid animal, and would, therefore, not be carriers.

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  • According to one study, bacteria or other pathogens show up in about 85 percent of animal bites.

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  • The consequences of infection from these bites range from mild discomfort to life-threatening complications.

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  • Animal bites can range from small injuries that barely break the skin to severe wounds that can cause a person to lose the use of a hand, eye, or foot or even bleed to death.

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  • The number of animal bites that occur in the United States each year is difficult to estimate because many of these injuries are treated successfully at home.

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  • Still, U.S. figures range from 1 million to 4.5 million animal bites each year.

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  • About 1 percent of these bites requires hospital inpatient treatment.

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  • Cat and dog bites result in 334,000 emergency room visits per year, which represents approximately 1 percent of all emergency hospital visits, at an annual cost of $100 million dollars in health-care expenses and lost income.

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  • Children are the most frequent victims of dog bites, with five to nine year-old boys having the highest incidence.

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  • Children are more likely than adults to suffer dog bites on the face and neck, partly because they are shorter than adults.

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  • Cat bites in children as well as adults are far more likely to injure the hands or lower arms rather than other parts of the body.

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  • Dog bites make up 80 to 85 percent of all reported animal bites in the United States and Canada.

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  • Cats account for about 10 percent of reported bites, and other animals (including rats, hamsters, ferrets, rabbits, horses, sheep, raccoons, bats, skunks, and monkeys) make up the remaining 5 to 10 percent.

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  • Cat bites, however, become infected more frequently than dog bites.

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  • A dog's mouth is rich in bacteria, but only 15 to 20 percent of dog bites become infected.

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  • In contrast, approximately 30 to 50 percent of cat bites become infected because a cat's teeth can penetrate more deeply than a dog's and carry bacteria deeper into a wound.

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  • Figures on bite injuries from animals other than cats and dogs are difficult to obtain, although bites from pet hamsters and ferrets have been reported more frequently since the late 1990s.

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  • Rat bites are becoming more common, particularly in large cities where the rat population has been increasing in the early 2000s.

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  • Bites from such wild animals as mountain lions and bears are also reported more frequently as humans explore or move into their natural habitats.

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  • Persons with impaired immune systems-for example, individuals with HIV infection-are especially vulnerable to infection from cat bites.

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  • Other infectious diseases from animal bites include cat-scratch disease, tetanus, and rabies.

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  • Many species travel in packs or groups in the wild, and many human fatalities resulting from dog bites involve a large group of dogs attacking one or two persons.

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  • Most cat bites are the result of fear on the cat's part (as when being placed in a carrier for a trip to the vet) or a phenomenon known as petting-induced aggression.

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  • Petting-induced aggression is a behavior in which a cat that has been apparently enjoying contact with a human suddenly turns on the human and bites.

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  • Deep bites or bites near joints can damage joints and bones, causing inflammation of the bone and bone marrow or septic arthritis.

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  • Most deaths from rabies in the United States in the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries have resulted from bat rather than dog bites; one victim was a man in Iowa who died in September 2002.

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  • Minor animal bites and scratches (those that just break the surface of the skin) can be treated satisfactorily at home.

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  • Most animal bites that cannot be treated at home are examined by a doctor in the emergency room of a hospital.

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  • The doctor may also consult a plastic surgeon if the bites are extensive, if large pieces of tissue have been lost, or if the functioning or appearance of the affected part of the body is likely to be affected.

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  • All wounds from animal bites are cleaned and disinfected as thoroughly as possible.

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  • Bites to the head and face usually receive sutures, as do severe lacerations elsewhere.

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  • Preventing bites obviously prevents subsequent infections.

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  • Cat bites can often be prevented by learning about a cat's body language and recognizing the signs of petting-induced aggression.

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  • Children under 12 years of age are at a higher risk for bites due to their small size and their inexperience with animals; therefore, they should be supervised with animals and taught to act appropriately around them.

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  • Carnassial teeth often cause puncture wounds when a cat bites a human.

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  • Given prompt treatment, most animal bites are not cause for major concern; as has been mentioned, minor bites can be treated at home without a visit to the doctor.

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  • John. "Prevention and Treatment of Dog Bites."

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  • "Bites, Animal." eMedicine, August 23, 2004.

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  • I have made cookies and cakes with both salts and I find that kosher salt sometimes doesn't mix in as well, giving some bites more saltier than others.

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  • It's on Union down the street from Betelnut, an Asian bistro with small bites of savory fare that goes well with beer.

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  • The suits shield the skin from the harsh effects of salt water and the cold, as well as protecting the wearer from jellyfish stings and bites.

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  • In addition, he recommended this form of treatment for chicken pox, insect bites, arthritis, snake bites, and even burns.

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  • The DVD is hosted by Dr. Carlisle Cullen (played by actor Peter Facinelli) and is filled with hundreds of video clips, sound bites, and images from the movie.

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  • Misnamed Candy: Food is always a popular Christmas gift, and humorously named candy such as reindeer droppings (often chocolate covered peanuts or raisins) or coal (typically black licorice bites) can be a cute but still tasty gift.

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  • Just don't forget the bug spray; there's nothing romantic about mosquito bites.

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  • Like ginger between bites of sushi, it clears the mental palate and leaves it open to what's to come.

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  • This book takes the mystery and confusion out of learning about copyright law by breaking the rules down into small, easy-to-digest bites.

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  • If you're dealing with people in the public eye who have trained themselves to respond in sound bites, it can be a challenge to get them to respond at length and with more authenticity.

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  • Two of our companies use this flour--Authentic Foods, with their Pie Crust Mix, and Kay's Naturals Almond Cookie Bites.

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  • Now you can avoid those tick bites with the aid of the Asolo TPS 520.

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  • In addition, some female golfers have complained of getting insect bites on their feet while wearing golf sandals.

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  • They are in demand, since they not only keep out moisture but also may prevent snake bites from penetrating through the boots.

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  • Friday Night Bites - Elena struggles with feeling connected as what was once important no longer is.

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  • Scorpions: Scorpions are present in Egyptian tattoos to symbolize the healing of bites and stings.

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  • It's easy to get so caught up in painting that you fail to notice mosquito bites and sunburns.

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  • An example of meal prices is the $21.99 sampler which includes a chicken entrée, soup, cheese curls, and toffee bites, all with the Jenny Craig trademark.

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  • A few of the more popular websites are SparkPeople, Diet Bites and Food Fit.

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  • The Diet Bites website offers many excellent free diet plans in addition to reviews of most of them.

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  • These small bites provide you with a burst of energy and stave off cravings that can derail your diet.

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  • Others report feeling full after just a few bites of food or having no appetite at all.

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  • These special plates have segregated areas to keep your different bites from touching each other, which is particularly useful when you are dealing with raw and cooked meats.

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  • To avoid contamination, you don't want to have your raw meat bites in contact with food you're about to eat, so keeping them separate is very important if you don't want to accidentally make your dinner guest sick.

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  • Some plates will have two spaces for two different kinds of food, while others will have many separate areas for a variety of bites.

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  • Umbrella protects your personal assets in unexpected events and accidents, such as falls, animal bites, and personal liability in auto accidents.

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  • Their prices range from around $49.95 for foam breast forms or $149.95 for Symmetrical Silicone Breast Forms, to $399.95 for "Skeeter Bites," advertised as the World's Largest Silicone Breast Forms.

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  • He played a new song, Another One Rides the Bus (to the tune of Queen's Another One Bites The Dust).

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  • Other options include individual fruit tarts, mini cheesecake bites and small parfaits.

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  • His style of being frank and open with the castaways, while trying to draw out great sound bites for the editing team, made him a household name.

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  • Interested in the concept of a pop-up restaurant, Sundance Channel picked up the reality show Ludo Bites America, which premiered on July 19, 2011.

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  • LTK: Now that the series has completed filming, would you consider doing a second season of Ludo Bites America?

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  • To learn more about the series Ludo Bites America, you can visit the show's official site at SundanceChannel.com.

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  • Entertonement offers about thirteen pages of sound bites from all series - an impressive, comprehensive collection.

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  • Whether it's poison ivy, insect bites or an uncomfortable bout of eczema, Aveeno has a variety of treatments to comfort, calm and relax the skin.

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  • The concentrated form, as well tea tree oil creams, can also be used to treat sunburns, insect bites, rashes, and minor burns.

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  • Many people take Benadryl or one of its competitors for poison ivy, mosquito bites, and a myriad of other skin irritations associated with the great outdoors.

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  • Later, as the swelling at the bite scene takes place, mosquito bites can turn even the most calm and collected person into an itchy, uncontrollable mess.

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  • What is it about mosquito bites that can keep even the most active outdoorsmen seeking cover come dawn and dusk?

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  • And what, if anything, can be done to prevent their brutal bites?

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  • Along with the saliva passed into the body, mosquito bites also carry major blood borne illnesses from one victim to another.

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  • Although adults fall prey to mosquitoes, young children and babies are most often the victims of mosquito bites.

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  • Usually mosquito bites don't itch the first time a person has been bitten.

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  • In the case of a mosquito attack, many bites will follow the first and swollen hives or a wheal may begin to develop within minutes of the bites.

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  • It is important to avoid scratching mosquito bites to prevent infection and added misery.

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  • With knowledge at hand and proper prevention and treatment, most people can enjoy the outdoors without fear of mosquito bites.

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  • If you're wondering why do mosquito bites itch, it helps to understand the dynamics of mosquito bites and how to treat them.

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  • It is always best to avoid scratching mosquito bites, as spreading the enzyme fluids across the surface of the skin may cause a brutal hive outbreak or a full blown allergic attack that may require medical treatment.

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  • There are several over the counter itch relief products that may curb the desire to itch insect bites.

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  • It's especially important to treat the bites of babies and toddlers, whose misery may not be expressed, only felt.

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  • Allergy medications such as Benadryl may help to reduce the symptoms of insect bites.

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  • To prevent mosquito bites, it pays to cover up whenever outdoors between dusk and dawn, when mosquitoes are the most active.

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  • Although the itching of mosquito bites is a common side effect of the allergy attack, some people find that ignoring the bite and the urge to itch actually heals the bite faster.

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  • When most people think of mosquito bites, swelling and itching comes to mind.

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  • Mosquito bites can itch for days, and finding relief from the bite is half the battle.

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  • Figuring out how to treat mosquito bites, swelling and itching is a summer-long quest for most sufferers of the mosquito bite.

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  • Unless you change birdbath water regularly, these garden focal points can easily become a breeding ground for mosquito bites.

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  • Bug spray containing DEET has been proven as the best protection against mosquito bites, along with practical sense.

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  • Anyone who's dealt with the pesky itch and discomfort associated with mosquitoes knows just how important it is to prevent mosquito bites in the first place.

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  • It's not unusual to spend a perfectly pleasant day outside, only to return home and discover legs full of red bites.

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  • Low grade fevers may also accompany bites.

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  • This is why it's so important to prevent mosquito bites in the first place.

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  • If you're plagued by bites and can't seem to avoid them no matter what you do, consider limiting your time outdoors during peak mosquito hours.

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  • Bee stings are thought to be some of the most harmful of insect bites.

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  • Bees, hornets, spiders, fire ants, yellow jackets and wasp stings are the insect bites that are often considered the most agonizing, irritating, and venomous.

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  • Unlike common skin allergies and minor insect bites, a wasp sting is sure to be noticed immediately upon contact.

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  • Most all insect bites, including wasp stings, can be treated at home with a few first aid supplies.

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  • At any given time, a lethal reaction can occur from insect bites.

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  • Although their sting is painful, wasp stings are much less common than mosquito bites.

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  • Adding a cup or two of rolled oats directly under running bath water will help soothe a burdensome rash or uncomfortable insect bites.

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  • Itchiness is quite typical, and may be more prominent in individuals who already have very sensitive skin or who are particularly sensitive to mosquito bites.

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  • Mosquito bite reactions can be minor or severe depending on whether the person is allergic to mosquito bites.

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  • Bumps from mosquito bites are usually soft and may appear soon after the bite.

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  • People who are sensitive to mosquito bites may have larger sized, swollen areas that itch.

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  • Avoid scratching the bites because the area could get infected.

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  • Prevent mosquito bites by staying inside during the peak hours, from sunset to sunrise, when mosquitoes are likely to be out.

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  • Window screens can keep mosquitoes out of the home, and in some societies where window screens are not the norm, people are advised to sleep with mosquito netting, because some diseases, like Malaria, are transmitted by mosquito bites.

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  • You can also avoid the bites by using mosquito repellent.

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  • The best way to prevent reactions from mosquito bites is to avoid getting bitten.

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  • Cimicosis is a skin condition that occurs because of bed bug bites.

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  • Reddish color - Often mistaken for mosquito bites, bed bug bites will appear pink or red and slightly raised from the skin.

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  • However, the welts from bed bugs will be considerably larger than bites from other insects.

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  • The red color of the bites remains longer too.

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  • Itching - As the body fights back against the bugs' toxic saliva and the proceeding feeding frenzy, you may experience itching at the bites.

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  • Bed bug bites are difficult to identify because they look much like other insect bites.

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  • The number of bites and evidence of bug carcasses may suggest you have been a victim of bed bugs.

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  • Rashes - A common health consequence of an infestation is a skin rash that develops as a result of the bug bites.

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  • Allergies - Some individuals develop varying allergic reactions to the bites.

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  • Additionally, if you are experiencing any symptoms related to bites, it may be wise to consult a medical professional.

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  • Bedbug bites are often the first clue of a parasite infestation.

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  • Professional extermination and the removal of furniture and beds may be necessary to rid the environment and prevent future bedbug bites.

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  • Don't expect everyone to have the same symptoms of bedbug bites.

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  • Most bites swell to a raised bump simply from a skin allergy in reaction to the bite.

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  • If you experience any of the following symptoms, you may be suffering from an outbreak of bedbug bites.

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  • Rash: Some bedbug bites come in the form of a rash.

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  • If you suffer from a bedbug rash, cool showers, damp rags, and soaking in oatmeal may help alleviate the symptoms of your bedbug bites.

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