Spiders are usually not aggressive and most spiders bite when they are trapped or when they unintentionally come in contact with human being. You can avoid being bitten in your workplace if you are careful and will keep your areas neat and orderly.
Learn the 5-step first aid for poisonous spider bite and keep calm. These steps are important to reduce the risk of allergic reaction and fatal effects of poisonous bites from black widow and brown recluse spiders, and other poisonous kinds of spider.
The toxin in venomous spiders can be used in making medicines for curing diseases. Spider venom are used in treating different kinds of medical conditions including lung cancer, Alzheimer’s, disease, heart fibrillation as well as severe pain.
Studies show that the geographical range where spiders can be found may be a factor in the rate of their increase and the degree of their venom potency. If you live in the United States, here are some of the most common spiders that you will encounter — some of which are poisonous.
The wolf spider can be found all over the world, especially in meadows and grasslands and in other areas where they can hunt insects as food. The size of the wolf spider (excluding its legs) ranges from 0.4 inches (10 millimeters) to 1.38 inches (35 millimeters).