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    Jackson Hospital
    1725 Pine St.
    Montgomery, AL 36106
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    The Jackson Clinic and Urgent Care-Montgomery
    1801 Pine St.
    Montgomery, AL 36106
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    The Jackson Clinic and Urgent Care-Montgomery
    4150 B Carmichael Road
    Montgomery, AL 36106
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    The Jackson Clinic and Urgent Care-Pike Road
    11123 Chantilly Parkway
    Pike Road, AL 36064
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    The Jackson Clinic-Prattville
    701 & 703 McQueen Smith Road
    Prattville, AL 36066
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    Jackson Imaging Center
    1825 Park Place
    Montgomery, AL 36106
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    Jackson Surgery Center
    1725 Park Place
    Montgomery, AL 36106
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What's the buzz on bee stings?

May 14, 2018—Maybe you bent down to smell some flowers. Or you were walking barefoot through the grass. But you felt a hot sting and knew right away what it was—you'd been stung by a bee.

Your first instinct when a bee stings you is probably to quickly brush it off your skin. Unfortunately, the bee may have left his stinger behind, still pumping venom into your body.

What should you do next? Here's some advice from the American Academy of Dermatology.

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