A child's painful black-widow bite; a venom drinker; the California ground-squirrel's natural immunity to rattlesnake venom.
Snakes bite children; thousands of baby snakes hatch in Southern California.
A patient drank rattlesnake venom; a snake bites a tourist; poor vision prevents a boy from seeing a rattler among the garden hoses in his yard.
Choppers get a snake-bite victim out of the desert; doctors must identify the species of scorpion before they can treat its victim; child is bitten when he puts on his shoe.
A rattler victim arrives at the hospital by air; public education about snakes.
A bite victim twitches uncontrollably; a dog undergoes antivenin treatment; researchers collect venom from captive and wild snakes.
A sidewinder victim's bite is more serious than thought at first; a woman is the victim of a brown recluse spider's tissue-digesting venom.
An elderly man with heart problems and diabetes needs air transportation to a hospital; an asthmatic girl has a bite on her leg.
A rattlesnake bites a man on the leg; a helicopter rushes a boy, 7, from the desert to a hospital, for suspected snakebite.
An unusual 15-second rattlesnake bite damages a Southern California man's internal organs and muscles.