Social Media Toolkit Best Practice Guide

First, make sure your social media strategy is the best it can be. Our Social Media Best Practices guide will give you simple, easy-to-follow advice. Download the .pdf and come up with your game plan.

Follow us on social media! Then, tag us in your bee sting allergy posts, give us a mention (or two!), and share our content.

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What is Venom

Venom immunotherapy is a highly effective treatment for bee sting allergies. Learn why and how it works.

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Can You Use a Frozen
Epinephrine Pen?

It’s an easy mistake, leaving your epinephrine pen in the car overnight. But can you use a frozen epinephrine pen?

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Do Bee Stings Get
Worse Each Time?

If your first sting left you uncomfortable, you might be wondering: do bee stings get worse each time?

Rush Venom

Rush venom immunotherapy is a treatment that can quickly reduce the risk of systemic sting allergic reactions. 

Join the conversation! Using relevant hashtags in your posts boosts discoverability. Start by using our hashtags. Then, check out the hashtag section of our Social Media Best Practices guide. There you will find tips for creating your own successful hashtag strategy.

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  • Venom immunotherapy is up to 98% effective in preventing systemic allergic reactions.
  • 16 million Americans are living with a potentially life-threatening bee sting allergy.
  • Between 5% and 7.5% of Americans are hypersensitive to insect stings.
  • 220,000 ER visits occur each year for bee sting allergy-related anaphylaxis.
  • 60 deaths per year are directly related to severe bee sting reactions.
  • 70% of allergy patients fail to carry their epinephrine consistently.
  • 55% of insect sting patients fail to correctly demonstrate epinephrine pen administration.

We believe in the same mission as @beeawareallergy. Bee sting allergies should be taken seriously—always. Being prepared for a sting is essential… and so is creating a preventative care plan!
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In colder months, it’s easy to leave epinephrine pens at home. But don’t make this mistake! Continue being cautious and building the habit of taking your epinephrine wherever you go. You’ll be glad you stuck with it in the spring.
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Here are a few tips to keep in mind during the cold winter months! 1. Keep epinephrine between 68-77°. 2. Don’t stop carrying epinephrine with you.
3. Continue going to your immunotherapy appointments.

If you’ve experienced any concerning symptoms after a bee sting, it’s time to talk to an allergist! Don’t wait until spring. Be preventative now. #beeaware #beestingallergy

Bee sting allergies aren’t uncommon! In fact, roughly 7% Americans are hypersensitive to bee and wasp stings. If you think you or a loved one is allergic to bees, contact us today. 
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Always take signs of an allergic reaction seriously. If you or a loved one experience trouble breathing, intense swelling, abdominal pain, or dizziness after a bee sting, don’t hesitate. Seek emergency medical care. #beeaware #beestingallergy

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