YouTuber Richard Stevens noticed a bite mark on his leg on the 2nd of December 2015. Initially, he thought it was just from an ordinary insect, and therefore, shouldn’t be a cause for worry.
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Assuming it would subside, and the wound would eventually heal on its own, he didn’t seek any treatment.
Days later, the wound exacerbated. It had swollen and had gotten extremely painful. He went to the hospital to have it checked, and the doctor informed him that he needed to undergo surgery.
Apparently, the bite was not from any ordinary insect, but from a false black widow spider—the most venomous spider in the UK.
Stevens decided to document and share the changes that occurred on the site bitten by the spider pre- and post-operatively. And it’s definitely not a video for the squeamish.
False black widow spiders are not aggressive, and they only bite when they’re accidentally disturbed. They are not as venomous as their infamous relative, the black widow, which has a venom that is 50 times stronger than that of a rattlesnake.
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Most often, a person won’t feel the false black widow’s bite itself. But within a short period of time, the individual may begin to feel a local burning sensation, which is followed by radiating pain. The affected part will swell, and a weal develops within 20 minutes. Symptoms of the bite generally abate within one to three days.
Severe reactions such as fever, nausea, headache, malaise, lethargy, chest pains, cramps, and difficulty of breathing are rare, and there’s never been a fatality in the UK due to a false widow’s bite.
According to The False Widow Spider the venom of this particular arachnid is neurotoxic and not necrotic. Tissue necrosis may occur as a complication secondary to a bacterial infection.
3 Grandmothers Talk About Their Senior Citizen Troubles — And They End Up Making Us Laugh
Three elderly women give us a humorous perspective on growing old.
It's often said, "Age is just a number." However, when you're the one who is getting older, it may be a different story as the years go by. When you age, your body loses some of its vitality and your bodily functions no longer happen as smoothly as before.
In your youth, you hardly feel any aches or pains. However, when you're already a senior citizen, it goes without saying that you sometimes feel your bones creaking and some of your body functions no longer happening normally.
Of course, there are ways to "delay" aging. However, getting old is still inevitable. This is the fact that three elderly women have embraced — with much good humor. Because, really, when aging happens, laughter may be the best way to deal with it.
Mysterious Foamy Substance Engulfs The Streets of Fukuoka, Japan After Twin Earthquakes
Following the two earthquakes that recently rocked Japan, bewildered residents have discovered some mysterious foamy substance fill the streets of Fukuoka.
Following the twin earthquakes that recently rocked Japan, bewildered citizens have discovered some mysterious foamy substance engulf the streets of Fukuoka city last Saturday, April 16, 2016.
People have been posting images and videos of the said foam on social media which has led to various speculations. Some have speculated that underground water pipes may have burst because of the intense tremor. So far though, no one has come up with an official confirmation about what they really are.
After two strong earthquakes struck Japan, a mysterious foamy substance filled the streets of Fukuoka.
80-Year-Old Granddad Walks 20 Kilometers Daily To Earn Money Selling Shrimp Paste
At 80 years of age, he should be enjoying life. Instead, he’s still working hard for his family.
For a meager income of $1.08 or Php50, an 80-year-old grandfather known as Manong Lauro walks 20 kilometers every day from his home in Bitukang Manok in Pandi, Bulacan to Real Cacarong.
This Manong (Mah-noh-ng-- a Filipino term earmarked for a person who is older than you), relentlessly walks the streets carrying a bucket-full of bagoong or shrimp/krill paste and sells it from house to house.
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