Whether it's a mosquito buzzing, a vicious bee or a hidden tick, bugs (and arachnids) are unwelcome visitors at most outdoor activities! Keeping bugs at bay with sprays and repellents helps keep you from being bitten, but in reality, most of us will fall prey to a six- or eight-legged creature at some point this summer.
Old wives tales abound with remedies and treatments for bee stings, mosquito bites and tick bites, but relying on a doctor's advice can keep you from becoming sicker from something as common as a bite.
Most bites are harmless, but danger lurks if you don't treat them promptly and properly.
We've put together a guide to some of the most common bug bites and what you need to know about them:
Mosquito Bites: Mosquitoes feed on human blood, and they inject saliva when they bite, causing a minor immune reaction. Bites usually show up white and puffy