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  • Stinging insects

    Stinging insects

    Click a photo below to view larger versions Carpenter bee Yellow jackets Fire ants Wasp Bee sting Bee sting 2 Ant bite

  • Dangerous spiders and snakes

    Dangerous spiders and snakes

    Click a photo below to view larger versions Poisonous vs nonpoisonous snake Southern Copperhead snake Eastern Cottonmouth Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnake Eastern Coral snake Brown recluse spider Brown recluse spider bite Brown recluse bite 2 Black widow

  • Photo Gallery

    Photo Gallery

    Click a photo below to view larger versions Allergic shiners Ant bite Bedbug bites Bee sting 1 Boil Cellulitis Chickenpox Chickenpox 2 Fifth disease Fifth disease 2 Hand-foot-and-mouth disease HFMD 2 HFMD 3 Henoch-Schonlein Purpura (HSP) Hives (urticaria) Impetigo Impetigo...

  • Fish Poisoning and Envenomations

    Fish Poisoning and Envenomations

    Human encounters with venomous marine creatures are common and may result in serious poisoning. Venomous fish can inject toxins into our bodies when we come in contact with them. Poisoning can also occur by ingesting the flesh of a toxic fish....

  • Dog Bites

    Dog Bites

    Most dogs do not bite but any dog has the potential to bite at any time. Because this is a common injury for children in the US, it is important for parents to learn what they can teach to their...

  • Bites & Stings

    Bites & Stings

    This category will cover a wide range of creepy crawlers and flying insects. Insect bites and stings are very common in children, especially during the spring and summer months. The usual suspects include spiders, ticks, mosquitoes, ants, bees, yellow jackets and wasps....

  • Bedbugs


    Bedbugs, that pest from the old bedtime rhyme (Sleep tight. Don’t let the bedbugs bite), are increasingly becoming a problem within residences of all kinds, including homes, apartments and hotels. According to the National Pest Management Association (NPMA), their member...

  • Ant bites

    Ant bites

    Since arriving in the United States in the early 1900s in Alabama, the imported fire ant has spread throughout the Southeast from Texas to North Carolina and accounts for more than 90% of ants in the southern states. The imported...