But do not be fooled by the title, I will not talk about my #spiderboy and it has bitten a classmate in the pool.
I'm not going to talk about the unseemly Victor Sandoval and its already more than famous spider bite ... let alone her husband Nacho Polo, Nacho Polo, jajaja...
Let's talk about something a little more seriously ... Skin Lesions Often Misdiagnosed as Spider Bites.
Misinformation about venomous spiders and spider bites often leads emergency department and primary care physicians to falsely blame the eight-legged creatures for "necrotic" skin lesions, new research indicates.The report pointed out that necrotic lesions on the skin are typically not the result of spider bites and often have more common causes, such as staph infections or Lyme disease, which is caused by bacteria carried by deer ticks.
So that, today is Saturday, I'm not going to steal more time because the kids are on vacation. Only one song to enjoy it:
Queen – Another One Bites The Dust: