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Dave Black submitted a new resource:

 

Bee and Wasp Stings (version 1.0) - Information about Bee and Wasp Stings

 

This text-only document describes the familiar types of Honeybee, Bumblebee, and Wasp stings, how they affect the body, and how they can be managed. It includes, in simple terms, venom biochemistry, medicines used, strategies for managing or avoiding injury, and information about rare events, like stings to the eye and anaphylaxis. References to information from researchers and doctors are provided.

 

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So far Dave you've got:

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...and a big discussion on stings (Although it's in a separate topic, it did start after your upload)

Nice one (y)

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So far Dave you've got......a big discussion on stings (y)

Yes, that's been very interesting, a fortunate co-incidence of the resource and Eva's story I'd say. Next I'll have to figure out updating a resource!

The part I wonder about is the rating - I wonder about readers using it. A 'like' is pretty straight-forward, no agony of decision making there. It'll take a while to see how well resources work, they are not such an 'instant' thing as a post. Time will tell.

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