Quote:At least 28 people have died following a spate of giant hornet attacks in central China.
Hundreds more have been stung by swarms of the flying insects in the Angkang city area of Shaanxi province.
Residents in the village of Sanping have been warned to remain ‘vigilant’ over the threat, especially when out in the woods.
Many of the victims were chased for hundreds of yards by the hornets before being stung up to 200 times.
Here, in the US many are saying insects are becoming more aggressive. Among those who eat healthy and avoid toxic substances such as toxic personal care products, insects seem to accept those people as part of nature..as if those individuals pose no threat. We also question, along with other environmental triggers, is exposure to toxins causing insect venom to be more toxic, too.