Tick bites are generally without symptoms and are harmless. A bite may leave a small red bump, which is normal, and can become infected if not cleaned properly. If a person is allergic to tick bites, there may be pain or... More »

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When bitten by a tick, contact the doctor if there is difficulty removing the tick, a rash appears at the bite site, flu-like symptoms develop or the bite site becomes infected, states Mayo Clinic. Seek emergency care wh... More »

You can find photos of tick bites on the WebMD website. This website also provides a slide show of various bug and spider bites to help you identify the biter. More »

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Gnat bites can be prevented by wearing long-sleeved clothing and using a repellent. Repellents include commercial DEET-based sprays and essential oils, such as peppermint or pine oils. More »

According to the West Valley Mosquito and Vector Control District, no-see-um bites are especially itchy, but a quick application of ice can reduce overall pain and a topical/oral antihistamine, as well as ibuprofen can h... More »

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Deer fly repellent is a product used to protect humans and animals from deer fly bites. Two common repellents used by humans are Deet and Off. There are also permethrin-based repellents that are safe for use for both ani... More »

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Removing a tick that is attached to a host involves firmly grasping the tick's head near the skin with a pair of pointed tweezers, and gently but firmly pulling the tick out of the skin using a straight motion. The insec... More »