Spidey & The Wasp Ruin Rhino’s Rampage! | Marvel Super Hero Adventures – Stomp and Listen | SHORT


Oh, hi. Excuse me, sir. I know you have important
pigeon things to do, but I’m trying to
practice a new move. Could you possibly
scoot over, please? Thank you. It’s important to speak up and
be clear about what you want. It’s a lesson I learned
when the wasp and I tried to save the city
from the evil Rhino. (crashing) Rhino got loose
from the lab and is on another one
of his Rhino rampages. You get the big guy. I’ll clear people
out of harm’s way. Hey, you Rhino,
remember me? What are you doing?
Anything interesting? (grunt) (thud) So this is where I say
something funny, you get mad, I web you up,
and then I win. Oh, maybe he
didn’t hear me. Guess we’ll have to
try another plan. That man is in Rhino’s path. Hey! This way!
Hurry! I might not be able to
get him to slow down, but this dump truck might. (growl) Hee-ya! (crash) I really thought
that would do it. We need another
way to stop Rhino. But now we need
to find him first. I’ve got a lock on him. He’s still running, but the
street in front of him is completely empty. So I’m clear to grab Rhino. Wait! It was completely empty. Now there’s a bus in the way
and people who could get hurt! This time, I’ll get
the people to safety. You slow down Rhino. (grunt) Hey! You! Hold it right there. (clanging) (grunt) That got his attention. I hope that was enough
time for Spidey to get the people
to safety. Hey, everybody. You need to leave before
Rhino gets here. Quick! Are you some street performer
dressed up like Spider-Man? No, I’m the actual Spider-man! You have to get out of the way! (click) Spidey! Get their
attention and warn them. I’m trying but
nobody listens to me. Ladies and gentlemen! If I can have your
attention, please. A rampaging rhino
villain has gotten loose and is about to come
down this street. So everyone needs to clear the
area until Spider-Man and I can recapture him. Thank you, everyone. Wow. You got them to listen. Since I’m tiny, people
don’t always hear me. Whenever I’m being ignored, I speak up and I’m clear
about what I want. You just gave me an idea. You were clear and the
people did what you said. We’ll do the same
thing to Rhino. Only this time,
we’ll be clear. So we can lead him
into a trap. Let’s do it! Stop! Rhino! I need you
to listen to me. You have to surrender
and stop your rampage. Did you hear what
Spidey said? He said you need to
give yourself up and go back into custody. (angry growl) Yep, I think
he heard us! (angry growl) Wet cement! That
should do it. I think you’re right. C’mon Rhino, this way! (angry growl) (cheering) I was so sure I knew the
best way to stop Rhino. But I didn’t, and
he almost got away. Thankfully, Wasp showed me that
the best way to get someone to listen is to be clear
about what you want. That gave me the idea
to save those tourists by tricking Rhino. A big adventure with
my best small friend. Woo-hoo-hoo-hoo.

Masha and The Bear – Call me please! (Episode 9)


We’re broadcasting live from one of our nation’s major soccer arenas where the final game of the season, the World Cup game, is officially underway. Both teams have already entered the field, and the referee has placed the ball… And the game is on! Everybody’s attention is on the field now! The host team is again in control of the ball and is now approaching the penalty box of the visiting team. The ball passes from one player to another one, who tries to score! The ball bounces off the defense player, but the visiting team goalie reaches the ball first, then jumps and covers it. Good afternoon, dear viewers! This is our weekly health program. Today, we’ll be talking about different methods to relieve stress. Stress? We can recommend a few relaxation techniques that can relieve and reduce stress in just 10 minutes. The simplest one is to sit down in a recliner or a comfortable chair, relax and breathe normally. Or you can savor a warm cup of coffee or tea. Try to avoid having any serious thoughts while you’re enjoying it. Or you can take a warm bath and do some breathing exercises in it like taking a deep breath through your nose with your mouth closed and then submerging the lower half of your face into the water and slowly breathing out through your nose. Just remember, you shouldn’t try to find solutions to your problems as soon as they arise. Never mind that! Fatigue and exhaustion can make your life very difficult but try to keep in mind that you will find a solution to your problems in due time. Oh, a cell phone! Give me! Give me! Give me! Give me! To go walk in the forest? What about the wolves? Checking the connection. OK, I’ll walk with the cell phone. OK, OK. Dialing the number… Oh, wow! The second half of the game is about to begin. If you remember, at the end of the first half, the referee has disqualified one of the guest players for misconduct. The players are on the field once again. Don’t panic! Dialing the number. The extra time that was added by the referee is running out… Dialing the number… He passes the ball across the field… Dialing the number! The forward of the host team dodges the defense… Dialing the number! …and suddenly kicks the ball towards the goal! And now… we run! It bounces off the bar! Another kick! And another one! Score! I got through to you!

Oggy and the Cockroaches Special Compilation # 57 cartoon for kids огги и тараканы новые серии 2016


Oggy and the Cockroaches Special Compilation # 57 cartoon for kids огги и тараканы новые серии 2016 Oggy and the Cockroaches Special Compilation # 57 cartoon for kids огги и тараканы новые серии 2016 Oggy and the Cockroaches Special Compilation # 57 cartoon for kids огги и тараканы новые серии 2016

Super Cafe – Nostalgia Detective


Bruce. I think I’ve been playing too much Pokemon GO. Interesting. Because right now it looks like there is a giant Pikachu sitting next to you… Wearing a Sherlock Holmes hat. While I do think you are playing WAY too much Pokemon… I’m happy to report… You are not seeing things. Say what now? There is in fact a Pikachu… sitting next to me in a Sherlock Holmes hat. WHAAAAAAAAAAAAT!? That thing is real?! Yeah. A real life Pikachu?! Yes it is. You’re telling me I’m looking at a real Pikachu? That’s what I said. He’s really excited! We call it fangirling. Ohmygosh
Ohmygosh
Ohmygosh! This is so cool! Hello, Pikachu! I am so exciting to m.. I mean… It is so exciting to meet you! (Pika Pika!) (Pikachu!) I know right? Where did he come from? From Pokemon. Duh. I know that! I mean why do you have him? Is he yours? Did you catch him? No he’s not mine. He’s just a detective for some reason. So I guess he came here because he wants advice from the greatest detective of all time. (Pikachu?) No! Not from Columbo! From Me! You snarky fuzz ball. (Peeka) watch it! (Chu!) Hold on. Wait a second! You can understand him? Well of course I can! Because I’m batman! Aparently the only one’s who can are me and the kid from Jurassic World. Pika Pika What is he saying? Ah just detective stuff. He also sounds exactly like Deadpool… which is really weird. What’s so weird about sounding like Deadpool? Because Deadpool is nothing like Pikachu! That’s why. Hey, Dork Knight! Not all Pikachus are the same. besides… (Pika Pika) (Pikachu) Well I guess you guys do sort of have that in common. So anyways… I’m just teaching him everything he needs to know about being an amazing detective. Right! Amazing detective! Okay. Feed me pointy eared man! Okay. First thing you need… Is a super awesome butler. Do you have a super awesome butler? I have a super awesome butt! It shoots out all kinds of electricity. do you have endless amounts of money? I’m worth about 15 billion. Is that enough? It’s a start. Do you have access to a utility belt? (Pika) Well… We’ve apparently got a long way to go. A detective Pikachu… I just can’t believe this is how I’m meeting a real Pokemon for the first time. What do you mean? I don’t know. I just thought it would have been with Ash and Misty… Or Team Rocket. certainly not as a detective. I think the Pokemon origin story has been pretty much established. Plus I think a real life version of that story would be met with extreme prejudice… If it wasn’t perfect. What! You think people would reject seeing live action versions of the original Pokemon Cast? I can’t tell if you’re being sarcastic. I’m serious! They’re making everything into a movie now. Why not this? I saw this live action trailer of the Lion King earlier and I thought it looked amazing! (Pikachu!) He’s right. That’s not live action, dude. And second… I would argue it only looks amazing because you enjoyed the original so much. So. So powerful music is always powerful. I don’t understand why that’s bad. It means the music is doing the heavy lifting. You of all people should know what that’s like. What? Heavy lifting? No. Powerful music in a trailer hyping up an otherwise average movie. (pika pika)
HeHe Oh ha ha. Very funny. You don’t know! I know making films on established characters is very delicate. So I think leaving the original alone… and focusing on the obscure video game title… is actually pretty wise. (pika pee!) Exactly. This way Pikachu gets to have a unique story while still having that precious nostalgia bait. And it’s also a way to capitalize on Ryan Reynolds. That too. That’s kind of sad. Why does nostalgia bait have to be a thing? Because if you can make people remember something they loved when they were younger… they will get excited… and want to watch it! Which means the studios will make a lot more money. The Pokemon gets it. You might be a great detective after all. (Pika Pika) That seems like such a gimmick. Who falls for that? Everyone. Well not me! I’m not gonna fall for that! I only want to enjoy original stuff from now on! BAAAAAAAAA FRED SAVAGE! WATCH MY MOVIE YOU GUYS! DEADPOOOOOOOL PRINCESS BRIIIIIIIIIIIIIDE. HA! Hey I know what that is! That’s that guy from that movie I Iiked back in the day! That’s awesome! I’m definitely gonna go see that. You see what I mean? Oh yeah! (Peeka-Pee!) BAAAaaaaaaaaaaaaaa Nostalgiaaaaaaaaaaaa gonna make monEEEEEEEEEEEEy off your childhooooooooood Eheeeeeeyaaaaaaaaaaa Oh that’s riiiiiiight. I’m Deadpool I’m Pikachu I’m Deadpool I’m Pikachu I’m Batman! That’s enough! I’m Batman. Make me think of that thing Iliked. make me think of that thing I liked make me think of that thing I liked make me think of that thing I liked

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Don’t cry, my precious person Ah, reproachful, worthy saints Don’t abandon hope, my precious person Ah, courageous, swaying spirit If everyday is spent like an exciting day (Impossible, that doesn’t exist) Look! Everyone is happy (Uh, is your brain decaying?) I’m gonna vomit Everyone is going to unite, laughing at that child, with all their heart! They’ll just make a mess … 🙂

The Ants Go Marching | Nursery Rhymes and Kids Song

The Ants Go Marching | Nursery Rhymes and Kids Song


The Ants go marching one by one Hurrah Hurrah! The Ants go marching one by one Hurrah Hurrah! The Ants go marching one by one, the little one stops to suck his thumb and they all go marching down, to the ground, to get out of the rain Boom boom boom The Ants go marching two by two Hurrah Hurrah! The Ants go marching two by two Hurrah Hurrah! The Ants go marching two by two, the little stops to tie his shoe and they all go marching down, to the ground, to get out of the rain Boom boom boom The Ants go marching three by three Hurrah Hurrah! The Ants go marching three by three Hurrah Hurrah! The Ants go marching three by three, the little stops to climb a tree and they all go marching down, to the ground, to get out of the rain The Ants go marching four by four Hurrah Hurrah! The Ants go marching four by four Hurrah Hurrah! The Ants go marching four by four, the little one stops to shut the door and they all go marching down, to the ground, to get out of the rain Boom boom boom The Ants go marching five by five Hurrah Hurrah! The Ants go marching five by five Hurrah Hurrah! The Ants go marching five by five, the little one stops to take a dive and they all go marching down, to the ground, to get out of the rain Boom boom boom The Ants go marching six by six Hurrah Hurrah! The Ants go marching six by six Hurrah Hurrah! The Ants go marching six by six, the little one stops to pick up sticks and they all go marching down, to the ground, to get out of the rain The Ants go marching seven by seven, Hurrah Hurrah! The Ants go marching seven by seven, Hurrah Hurrah! The Ants go marching seven by seven, the little stops top pray to heaven and they all go marching down, to the ground, to get out of the rain The Ants go marching eight by eight, Hurrah Hurrah! The Ants go marching eight by eight, Hurrah Hurrah! The Ants go marching eight by eight, the little one stops to roller skate and they all go marching down, to the ground, to get out of the rain The Ants go marching nine by nine, Hurrah Hurrah! The Ants go marching nine by nine, Hurrah Hurrah! The Ants go marching nine by nine, the little one stops to check the time and they all go marching down, to the ground, to get out of the rain Boom boom boom The Ants go marching ten by ten Hurrah Hurrah! The Ants go marching ten by ten Hurrah Hurrah! The Ants go marching ten by ten, the little one stops to shout THE END! and they all go marching down, to the ground, to get out of the rain Boom boom boom

The Fixies ★ The Bee – More Full Episodes ★ Fixies English | Fixies 2018 | Videos For Kids

The Fixies ★ The Bee – More Full Episodes ★ Fixies English | Fixies 2018 | Videos For Kids


They take care of our machines,
Irons, phones, and toasters, MP3s and TV screens,
Even rollercoasters! Without them clocks stop ticking;
Without them lights go out! But if you meet a Fixie, please,
Don’t let their secret out! The Bee Tom Thomas! Hello. How come you’re eating jam
straight from out of the jar? Because… it tastes so good. Oh, a bee! Shoo! Get out of here! Leave it alone! It’s just a plain old bee. Well, I was bitten by one of those
plain old bees once! Tom Thomas! Don’t do it! Go away, you pest! Flies are pests. Bees are very helpful and useful. How can a bee ever help us out? Bees are hard workers. They are constantly collecting nectar from flowers. Flying from flower to flower,
bees transport pollen on their bellies. Thanks to this process of pollination,
flowers produce fruit and seeds. In other words, bees help plants reproduce. The bees use the nectar they collect to make
that delicious sweet honey loved by kids of all ages. And bee honey is not only delicious, it’s also nutritious! So, I’m still afraid of it. What if it bites me? Bees don’t bite by the way, they sting you! Well now I’m gonna show you! Don’t! The bee is the one who should be afraid, you tyrant! Yeah, you let it go, Tyrant! Why are you calling me names? Who’s stopping her? She can fly away if she wants. We need to show her the way out. Well, how? Here little bee! Fly this way! Why don’t you try going… Then what can I say? Chewsocka, don’t move! It will sting you! It doesn’t want to sting. Both of you like eating sweets. You like eating jam, and so does the bee. Why don’t you carry Chewsocka to the window? Go on, fly! No, that’s not going to work. You need to go and get more jam. Here little bee! Yum-yum! Go on and fly! You’re free! Let her eat first, don’t be greedy. I’m not being greedy. If she eats, she can make honey out of your jam. Long ago people could only collect honey
by destroying the nests of wild bees. And that went on until someone
came up with the idea of taming those insects. They started by leaving enough honey for the bees
to survive through the winter. People took care of bees in these hollows until they learned to build
small houses for them called beehives. And a town made of these bee houses
is called an apiary. Bees live and work together
in the beehives making honey while beekeepers take care of the bees
and collect the honey. Bees are real team players. They tell each other where the best flowers grow. Do you know how they do it? One of the bees does a dance and then the rest of the bees watch the dance
and learn where they need to fly. You poor thing! Tom Thomas tired you out. I told you there’s nothing to be afraid of. You see? She is just so nice and kind. I’m not afraid of her.
She wouldn’t let me eat my jam, that’s all. Well, now it’s time for you to fly away. Woah, she’s playing rough here! I want to try! No, Nolik. You’re too little.
You’ll have to grow to do this job. Woah, woah, woah! Calm down now. Now let’s fly! Hey Simka, the window’s back there! I can see that without you! So how can I get you to turn around? Cool. Hurrah! She’s listening to me! Don’t miss the window! Now! So long, honey bee! Tideesh! Tom Thomas! Do you have any more of that jam left? Yeah, what for? Bring it here. We’ll get more bees to fly in. How come? What do you mean how come? Because it’s my turn for a bee ride! Can you believe that Fixies are
Such itty-bitty creatures? Even when they’re magnified
It’s hard to see their features. They’re tiny, infinitesimal,
So small it makes you doubt. But if you meet a Fixie, please,
Don’t let their secret out! The Tin Can Well… what else goes? A flashlight. It’s good to have when you’re camping. Listen, Tom Thomas. Just leave a little room for me in there! I’m good to have when you’re camping, too. I’ll leave you some room. Just hide in there so dad won’t see you. And you can’t tell Simka
anything about me going with you! Alright. And last on the list, a few cans of meat. Hi Tom Thomas! Have you seen Nolik? No. Then who did I just hear you talking with? I was just reading the label. Where did Nolik run off to? Simka! Do you know… How come these cans
have no way to open them, so you can taste what’s inside? What do you mean? Don’t you know what makes
canned food special? It comes in a can! The thing that special about canned food is that it can get stored
a long time without spoiling. You see, meat and vegetables spoil when harmful bacteria
starts multiplying inside of them. So, if you can get rid of the bad bacteria or stop them from getting into the food, the food will last a long time. That’s why jars and cans
are sealed very tightly. This stops harmful bacteria and air
from getting inside and spoiling the food. So you’re telling me
that Nolik’s not here, right? So it looks like he’s really not here. Who is that? Where? Oh, right, now I remember! There’s another can I should take with me! There’s something fishy happening here. Hey guys! My mom threw this can out
a long time ago, but I hid it for later. I knew I’d use it some day. And who were you talking to
when you said guys? Moi? You’re here and I’m here and… that’s two of us! Look at this great can I got! There’s nothing great about it. Put it down on the floor. You see? What? Oh, it’s crooked. And so what? So what? It’s all swollen! And when it’s like that, you know that inside the can
bad bacteria is growing and spoiling the food that’s in there. It went bad? There’s a way to check. On every single can you can find
the date it’s good until. Sooner or later,
even canned food will go bad. And of course dairy foods
like yogurt or milk can spoil in just a few days! When you buy food in the store, it’s very important to always check
the expiration date. The expiration date is the last day
that it’s safe to eat that food without worrying
that it may have gone bad. You can find the expiration date
on each box, jar or can of food. So pay attention! And be very careful not to buy or eat any food
after its expiration date has passed! And if you see that a can is swollen,
throw it away immediately! If you eat it, your belly can swell up too. Unfortunately, when food spoils
it’s impossible to “unspoil” it. And then even the Fixies
won’t be able to help. My mom probably saw that
this can went bad over a year ago. That’s why she threw it into the trash. Right! Shame on you
for picking it out of there. You could have poisoned yourself
and poisoned your dad as well! Yeah. And the other cans,
are they swollen to? They’re fine. Goodbye then. It’s a shame I couldn’t find Nolik around here. Papus wants to give him
a brand new pack-o-mat as a present. To me?! Uh-huh! I got you! I had a feeling you would try
to sneak away in Tom Thomas’ bag! You lied! That’s not fair! And hiding? That’s fair, right? Tom Thomas, are you ready? I’m ready! Great! Then let’s get going. Hurrah! We’re going camping! I wanted to go camping too. Don’t worry, I’ll go camping with you. Really? Really-really-really! To that house outside our window. See how huge it is!!?

I Got Stung 50 Times By Bees & I’m Allergic – Story


Bees. Flying insects. Members of complex social colonies centered
around a queen. Extremely important to pollination. There are over 16,000 known species of bees. One of the species, the western or European
honey bee, makes honey and beeswax. Unfortunately honey bees are my personal life
long nemesis. I’m part of the just over 3% of American
adults who are allergic to bees. Recently, I got stung and this is what happened. Actually this is the second time in my life
I’ve been stung. When I was young, I messed with a beehive
and got stung by several bees–yeah, I was kind of a dumb kid. Researchers have determined that many people
experience cumulative bee sting sensitivity. Meaning that for many people the more times
they are stung, the stronger their body’s reaction. Death via bee sting is possible, mostly on
a second or later occurrence of being stung, but fairly rare. In the US between 2000-2017, the largest number
of fatalities from hornet, wasp, and bee stings occurred in 2017 with a high of 89 deaths. So even if you originally weren’t allergic
to bee stings, you can become allergic to bee venom. That’s right, venom. When a bee stings you, it’s actually injecting
you with a toxin. Honey bee venom is made up of toxic proteins
and peptides, the major component being a protein called melittin. It also contains 50 other identified compounds
including hyaluronidase, acid phosphatase and histamine. A number of these components have significant
toxic effects on many different animals. The complex nature of venom may be due to
the wide variety of predators which might attack a bee colony. Different components of the venom seem to
be vital in repelling different species of attackers. Honey bee venom is cytotoxic and hemotoxic
meaning that it destroys cells, red blood cells in particular; large doses of venom
can disrupt blood clotting. Whether you’re allergic to bee venom or
not, when stung, chances are you’ll feel a temporary burning pain during the sting. Most people develop a local reaction, usually
swelling, soreness and redness around the sting site that will slowly dissipate within
a few hours to the next several days. Even if you’re not allergic, being stung
multiple times in a short time period can cause nausea, dizziness and even seizures
due to the quantity of venom injected. Being stung on a more sensitive part of the
body, such as the face, or neck can produce a heightened immune response rather than getting
stung on the arms and legs. While bees, yellow jackets, bumblebees and
hornets all sting, their venom is not the same. Bee stings tend to be acidic, whereas wasp
stings are alkaline, so your body’s reaction to a bee sting may be very different from
that of a wasp sting. It’s possible to be severely allergic to
the venom from a bee or even a particular species of bee and only be mildly allergic
or have just a normal local reaction to a sting from another species of bee or wasp. Adult honeybees come in 3 varieties: a queen,
drone and a worker. All worker bees are female, though they lack
reproductive capabilities. They gather pollen, feed larvae, and maintain
and defend the hive, while queens are responsible for producing new bees. The job of drones or male bees is to mate
with the queen. Only females bees are capable of stinging,
though queen bees never sting in defense of the colony. Instead, young queens will sting and fight
to the death against rival queens to ascend to rule the colony. Technically, honey bees are capable of stinging
multiple times like other winged stinging insects such as hornets. However, the honey bee’s stinger is barbed. When the victim’s skin is thick, such as
a mammal’s, the barbed stinger wedges in the victim’s skin while attached to the venom
sac which tears loose from the bee’s abdomen and leads to its death in minutes. Honey bee stings release pheromones that attract
other nearby bees to come and attack to protect the hive. The pheromones actually smell similar to bananas. For safety, researchers have suggested that
beekeepers not eat the fruit before working because the beekeepers’ banana scented breath
can rile up bees. Today I walked outside, checked the mail and
bam! some random bee let me have it in the arm. Upon penetration of the stinger in my skin,
the bee’s smooth muscle surrounding the venom sac automatically contracted, thus further
embedding the stinger. Simultaneously the bee squeezed the venom
sac injecting its contents deeper into my arm tissue due to the burrowing of the stinger. 90% of a bee’s venom is injected into the
victim during the first 20 seconds after the stinger makes contact with the victim’s
skin. Immediately, the sting site on my arm turned
red and began to swell. I removed the stinger by pinching it out with
my finger tips. I quickly began to experience immunologic
anaphylaxis or to have an acute, multiorgan system reaction caused by the release of chemical
mediators from my white blood cells to something my body determined to be an allergen agent. Externally, I began to sweat, my pulse weakened
and I got dizzy. My mouth began to itch and my chest grew tight. My throat passage swelled, becoming narrow
and making me wheeze. Internally, the bee venom interacted with
my B cells which are responsible for creating the antibodies of my immune system. Antibodies that are created in response to
an allergen, are known as immunoglobulin E or IgE. To counter the allergen, the IgE attaches
itself to mast cells. Mast cells then release immune molecules known
as cytokines. Cytokines are primarily used for cellular
communication. The cytokines communicate with other white
blood cells, recruiting them to come help combat the allergen. Those white blood cells repeat the activation
and recruitment of more white blood cells. The cycle repeats over and over. Meanwhile the activation of the mast and immune
cells has caused the release of histamine which widens my blood vessels. When blood vessels are wider, the white blood
cells can move quickly to the site of the allergy invasion. Throughout my entire body, blood vessels widen
causing a drop in blood pressure. As a result, my circulatory system began to
have trouble distributing oxygen. Also histamine causes my blood vessels to
leak, which leads to swelling throughout my body. Especially dangerous, the release of histamine
also causes bronchospasms or the main passages to my lungs to randomly, involuntary contract,
making it difficult to breathe. At the same time, the swelling in my throat
narrowed my air passages, making for a life threatening combination. So basically, the white blood cells in my
body sensed an intruder. They overreacted and call their homeboys to
defend against the invader, their homeboys called even more homeboys, on and on, thereby
accidentally disrupting my other vital body functions during the process. I immediately injected myself in the outer
thigh with a shot of epinephrine or adrenaline which constricts blood vessels, counteracting
the actions of the histamine. Epinephrine also causes bronchodilation, or
opens up the airways, making it easier to breath. The outer thigh is the best site for injection
because it’s one of the body’s biggest muscles with a large blood supply. Administration of an adrenaline shot into
the muscle provides a faster dissipation and absorption of the medication. Especially the outer thigh is optimal, because
the skin tends to be thinner there and there’s less fat on the muscle. Along with the shot, I also took an oral dosage
of diphenhydramine which is an antihistamine that neutralizes and reduces the effects of
histamine in the body. Each allergic person experiences anaphylaxis
differently, the symptoms are wide ranging from vomiting, to hives, to confusion. Anaphylaxis most commonly affects the skin,
respiratory, cardiovascular, and gastrointestinal systems. The severity of the response can be affected
by the quantity and concentration of the injected bee venom. Although anyone can have an allergy, people
with asthma and eczema tend to be at an increased risk for anaphylaxis. A friend drove me to an emergency room where
I was given an IV to help restore my circulatory system. I was also monitored for the next several
hours in cause of a protracted, recurring or biphasic anaphylactic reaction. Two days later I was completely back to normal,
minus a sore chest from wheezing and some swelling at the sting site. It’s amazing how a small incident such as
bee sting can set off a life threatening situation. My doctor suggested that I do venom immunotherapy
in case of future stings. Venom immunotherapy or allergy shots usually
contain purified venom. The first few shots contain very small amounts
of venom. The amount is gradually increased until the
patient can tolerate the amount of venom in two or more stings without having the symptoms
of an allergic reaction. However, venom immunotherapy doesn’t work
for everyone. Considering all the trauma I went through,
I can’t be mad at bees. Bees are vital for a healthy environment,
produce delicious honey and help grow our crops. Do you have an allergy? What are you allergic to? Let us know in the comments! Also, be sure to check out our other video
Most Painful Insect Bite A Human Can Experience – Bullet Ants! Thanks for watching, and, as always, don’t
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