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First Aid for Bee and Wasp Stings

The difference between a wasp and a bee

First Aid for Bee and Wasp Stings

When a bee or wasp stings you, the distinctions that make one insect a bee and one a wasp hardly matter. However, it's important for you to know one distinguishing factor: wasps are more aggressive than bees.

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Keeping Your Dog Safe

Keeping Your Dog Safe

It's important to consider the weather—especially the temperature—when exercising your dog. One dog's beautiful day is another dog's climatic nightmare. Consider your dog's size, the thickness and length of her coat, and how accustomed she is to heat or cold when deciding whether she should be out, or for how long, on hot or cold days. No matter what her breed, guard her from extremes of weather as well as from other hazards that accompany our changing seasons.

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Basic Canine First Aid

Poisoning, fractures

Basic Canine First Aid

Chew on This

Telephone numbers that may be useful in an emergency:

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First Aid for Children

First Aid for Children

Baby Doctor

An oral syringe generally provides the greatest accuracy in measuring medication. It also results in the least amount of spilled or lost medication. And when your child gets older, he'll probably enjoy squirting the medicine into his own mouth. (It also makes a great bathtub toy.)

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