Counter-intuitive as it may seem, scratching mosquito bites doesn’t actually help. After all, have you noticed that no matter how much you scratch, the bite still itches?  This is because your immune system naturally responds to bug bites with something called histamine.  Histamine helps, but it also causes a temporary increase in inflammation. Scratching the site of the bite will only trigger the production of more histamine, and more histamine means more swelling and itching
2020-05-22
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