Summer is here and so are all the little insects with the nasty bites. There is little doubt that bug bites are common during summer since people are usually outdoors. While it is possible to avoid an encounter with the creepy crawlies, it is still a good idea to learn about different bug bites and know the first aid they require.
- Target pests: For indoor and outdoor control of structure-invading ants including argentine ants, carpenter ants, and ghost ants and other nuisance ant pests; excluding fire, harvester and pharaoh ants.
- Highly attractive formula promotes ready transfer of the active ingredient throughout the colony
- Powerful, active ingredient knocks out workers, brood and queens
- Approved for use indoors and outdoors, applied in cracks and crevices. Active Ingredient: Thiamethoxam, .010%.
- How does Optigard Ant Bait Gel work? Ants that feed on the gel will return to their nest and transfer the bait to the queen and their young, thereby killing the queen, the young and the entire colony.
Bug bites can be painful and might also transmit dangerous diseases. Luckily, you can identify the sting or bite on sight and can get appropriate remedy.
#1. Hornet is very dangerous due to its aggressive nature.
A hornet’s sting will lead to redness, swelling and possible blistering due to the histamine and acetylcholine in their poison. In addition to that, the victim will feel immediate pain. Go straight for the hospital if the victim goes cold and is having trouble breathing.
#2. A bee’s sting will be left on the skin after the attack and it needs to be removed carefully before cleaning the injured area.
Bee stings are usually harmless except for a sharp pain and persistent itching that goes away when you take antihistamine. However, people who are allergic to bee poison must get medical help immediately.
#3. Wasps are the larger, more vicious versions of bees whose sting can cause hemorrhaging on the skin.
Unlike bees, wasps can sting several times and could cause anaphylactic shock. If the victim is allergic to the bug’s toxins, head for the hospital right away.
#4. Mosquitoes are everywhere during the summer but can be driven away with bug spray.
Mosquito bites can be itchy but they are easily relieved by cold compress, calamine lotion, or antihistamine.
#5. A tick bite immediately goes red and can take a long time to heal.
Ticks are nasty bugs since they can spread Lyme disease, borreliosis, encephalitis, and many others. The symptoms for these diseases may take some time to appear. Nevertheless, seek a physician as soon as possible.
#6. Flea bites generally look like mosquito bites but are more painful and are usually found on the lower extremities.
#7. Ants can attack in large groups and the itching from the bites can sometimes get unbearably itchy.
Ant bites might not seem too dangerous but some people are actually allergic to the bug’s toxins. Make sure to take antihistamine to ease the itching and swelling.
- THE MOST EFFECTIVE BED BUG KILLER — Journal of economic entomology published university study confirmed that EcoRaider is the only natural product that kills bed bugs with 100 percent efficacy
- PROVEN THROUGH USDA IR4 PHP PROGRAM — field tested by research entomologists for eradicating bed bug infestations in public housing buildings and recommend for sensitive environment
- KILL ALL STAGES INCLUSIVE & EVEN RESISTANT BED BUGS — Kills bed bug adults and nymphs fast on contact with 100% efficacy, kills bed bugs that are resistant to traditional pesticides. Proven highest performance in eliminating bed bug eggs
- EXTENDED DRY RESIDUAL PROTECTION — University study shows EcoRaider residual provides extended protection for two weeks on bed bugs even after dried
- NON-TOXIC, SAFE AND ECO-FRIENDLY — certified USDA BioBased insecticide, dermatologically safe; child and pet friendly; safe to use directly on mattress and box springs.
#8. Horseflies (or clegs) have painful bites that start out as a tiny red spot that eventually swells and itches.
A horsefly bite needs to be cleaned immediately with warm water. Cold compress will help ease the swelling. Unfortunately, clegs can also transmit anthrax so a trip to the doctor might be needed.
#9. Lice bites also resemble mosquito bites but are usually found behind the ears or anywhere hair is abundant.
#10. Bed bugs tend to leave bites that look like roads on the skin but the itchy bites can be remedied by hydrocortisone or antihistamine.
Jamaican Woman Claims $180 Million Lottery Winnings Wearing An Emoticon Mask
There is more to the emoticon mask apart from reflecting what she feels!
Superheroes are not the only ones who wear a mask to protect their identity. Sometimes, regular people must wear one to conceal to the public who they really are, especially if they are lottery winners!
A woman from Jamaica, who is only identified as N Gray, was presented to the media recently as she claimed her Super Lotto jackpot win. In order to protect her identity, however, the woman came up with one smart move: she wore an emoji mask. After all, winning $180 million Jamaican dollars may probably put her life and those of her family members in jeopardy if everyone knows who she really is.
Apart from concealing her identity, the smiling and winking emoji mask of the new instant millionaire also provided delight to the attendees of the media presentation.
Furious Orangutan Faces Bulldozer That Destroyed His Tree In Heartbreaking Video
The fight left the poor ape bewildered over the destruction of his habitat.
There is little doubt that animals truly have feelings. An angry orangutan has just gone viral for his unexpected bravery. The furious animal went up against a bulldozer that had destroyed his tree. Unfortunately, the desperate ape was not able to stop the massive machine from obliterating its home. Since its release, the video has earned thousands of views from people concerned with the animal's fate.
The video features loggers in the Ketapang Regency in Borneo trying to take down several trees. However, it is revealed that an orangutan is refusing to leave his tree although it has been uprooted by the bulldozer. The ape is clearly distressed and keeps pacing the trunk of his home.
The orangutan holds on to a branch of his fallen tree despite the men's efforts to take it down.
Mussels Contain A Huge Amount Of Microplastic, The Ocean is Feeding Us Back Our Garbage
The ocean is feeding us with our garbage!
Many people love seafoods - not to mention the vitamins and minerals that we get from them. Shells are very rich in iron and if we consume them on a regular basis just like vegetables, it will help us fight diseases. That’s why we should take care of the ocean because it’s one of the reasons why we are alive. But what if the sea itself is feeding us back our own garbage?
This is something that opposes the idea that the oceans are the source of every human being’s needs. During the World Oceans Day, a report was released that the mussels sold at the UK supermarkets were actually filled with microplastic. Apparently, this is because of the improper disposal of plastic waste, which needs serious attention from everyone.
In return, the ocean is mirroring the doings of humans.
Like Us On Facebook
Scientists Discover First Antarctic Frog From 200 Million Years Ago
Trained Dogs in South Africa Saved 45 Rhinos from Poaching
Woman Sparks Outrage After She Complained About Finding Other People at the Beach She Went To
Teacher Takes Care of Student’s Newborn Baby Brother While Family Awaits COVID-19 Test Results
- News6 days ago
Anti-Parasitic Drug Killed COVID-19 Within 48 Hours, Australian Scientists Discovered
- People7 days ago
Woman Completes 20 Courses from Major Universities While In Quarantine
- People6 days ago
Parents Shocked After 8-Week-Old Baby Learns To Stand Up On Her Own
- News2 days ago
Canadian Teacher Tells Student To “Go Back To The Philippines And Work On Rice Farms”