Sep 16, 2013 ... By Jennifer Rea. The September sun is making for a warm evening, and your
family has just sat down to a delicious meal on your back porch.
Treat a wasp, hornet, or yellow jacket with care. If you get stung, leave the area
and wash with soap and water as soon as you can. Applying a cold compress ...
Bee, wasp, yellow jacket, hornet or fire ant stings most often trigger allergic
reactions. ... Article: Understanding Bee Sting Allergies - Diagnosis & Treatment.
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Nov 10, 2008 ... When stung by a yellow jacket, remove the stinger without squeezing it, clean the
site and apply ice for swelling. Use aloe vera gel or antiseptic ...
Oct 30, 2015 ... Learn about bee and wasp stings treatment, home remedies, swelling, ... to a
sting from a bumble bee, honey bee, hornet, or yellow jacket.
Avoiding and Treating. Yellowjacket Stings. Insect stings, mostly honeybee stings
, are the leading cause of death from venomous animals. People who die from ...
However, yellow jacket stings may lead to severe allergic reactions in some
individuals, causing symptoms like difficulty swallowing, slurred speech,
Smacking yellow jackets before they sting is victory? ... You can keep applying a
cold compress and use a cream if the symptoms don't get worse, but be sure to ...
When You Are Stung If you are stung, first check to see if the culprit was a
yellowjacket or a honeybee. A honeybee's stinger is barbed at the tip and
Bee stings, wasp stings and hornet stings in children can cause swelling, pain
and redness. Learn how to treat at home and when to call the doctor.