By Tina Toler-Keel
Special to The News Reporter
As summer approaches, the risk of being bitten or stung increases and people often do not know what to do when it happens, especially with venomous bites.
Physician assistant Larry Burroughs, at Columbus Regional Health Care System’s Urgent Care Center, said
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