Insect Allergy

  • September 10, 2018

    How to Treat a Bee Sting at Home?

    A bee sting causes a skin reaction in most people. Usually, it is a swollen, painful bump on the area of the sting. However, some people may develop an allergic reaction after being stung. In case of an allergy to stinging insects, the swelling can affect other areas of the...

  • June 16, 2018

    Cockroach Allergy: What Do You Need to Know?

    Cockroaches are pests commonly found in many places all over the world. Cockroaches are known for easily adapting to various environments, even though they prefer warm conditions. They often crawl into buildings at night and often run away from light. In some people, exposure to these animals may trigger an...

  • April 26, 2018

    Everything You Should Know About Allergy to Stinging Insects

    Sometimes, you may have no idea about your allergy to bee stings and suddenly develop a life-threatening anaphylactic reaction after being stung by a bee while working in your garden. Is it possible to find out whether you are allergic to flying insect stings before you have your first allergic...

  • January 23, 2018

    Do You Have a Stinging Insect Allergy?

    No matter whether you have an insect allergy or not, you will usually get a reaction from its sting. Such reactions usually result in redness, itching or swelling at the site of the sting, which disappear after a few hours.   However, in some people, insect stings may trigger a...