Science of Survival: Bee Still My Heart
Published December 5, 2017
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    Bee venom is similar to a rattlesnake’s. It rapidly disperses in your tissue, and when you’re stung the pain you feel is a combination of proteins and peptides attacking your cell membranes. Each sting contains enough venom to incapacitate a small mouse, but bees won’t really hurt you unless you’re allergic. Or at least, that’s … Continue reading "Science of Survival: Bee Still My Heart"
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