Here is why you should be careful not to let ticks and insects -- such as mosquitoes and fleas -- bite you.
Fleas and bees are among the most common summertime stings and bites—and are also among the most painful.
The black widow's bite releases venom that causes chest pain and muscle cramps, which can usually be remedied with anti-venom or muscle relaxant.
A brown recluse's venom can cause ulcers and rotting skin, wounds usually heal with proper care and cleaning.
Four months after a brown recluse spider bite.
If you don't remove a tick within 36 to 48 hours, you should get antibiotic treatment.