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What should you do if you get stung by a jellyfish? 1. Rinse the sting with seawater or freshwater. 2. Remove any leftover tentacles with a dry towel. 3. Protect the site of the sting.
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Learn how to treat a jellyfish sting at the beach, plus tips on how to assemble your own beach first aid kit for emergencies on the sand.
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The good news is that jellyfish stings are rarely life-threatening. The bad news is that, when a jellyfish stings you, they release thousands of extremely small barbs that hook into your skin and release venom. Most of the time, this venom...
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Box jellyfish stings are painful. Here is what to do if you happen to get stung by one.
Jellyfish stings have a distinct look, but not every sting in the ocean is a jellyfish. Learn the symptoms, treatments, and common practices to avoid.
If you’re wondering how you should treat jellyfish stings, this guide will tell you home remedies for jellyfish stings as well as when to look for medical attention.
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Best Beach Tips - Jellyfish Sting Remedy
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