Dermatitis affected about 10% of . workers in 2010, representing over 15 million workers with dermatitis. Prevalence rates were higher among females than among males, and among those with some college education or a college degree compared to those with a high school diploma or less. Workers employed in healthcare and social assistance industries and life, physical, and social science occupations had the highest rates of reported dermatitis. About 6% of dermatitis cases among . workers were attributed to work by a healthcare professional, indicating that the prevalence rate of work-related dermatitis among workers was at least %. 
Even grass fed animals contain transfats. And the National Academy of Science concluded quite some time ago, that the only safe intake of transfats is zero… no transfats are healthy or safe for humans to consume. So really, there is not only no need for humans to consume animals, but there are a plethora of health concerns that come along with consuming animals. And why murder someone who wants to live when there is zero need for it, plus it harms us anyway? Not to mention that any type of animal agriculture is highly unsustainable and detrimental to the planet.
Of course anyone eating tons of plant foods is going to feel better than if they didn’t, but that doesn’t make the bad things they are eating (animal products) good by any means.
I do agree that we need fats. Fats are amazing for our overall health and our skin! But obviously healthy fats and lower intake of omega-6. So I’m not one of those vegans who are all about being oil free when olive oil has been shown to have tremendous health benefits and help you absorb nutrients from plant foods when eaten on salads and such.
Also, I’ve been reading that the lutien in raw tomatoes isn’t absorbed by our bodies unless eaten with some fat, so when eaten with olive oil, our bodies are shown to absorb the lutein from raw tomatoes.
Here is what one reader had to say:
"After receiving 3 bites within 1 inch of each other on my hand, and one being between my fingers, my hand started to swell almost immediately. I was not able to apply anything until the following day. I am of the opinion 'break open the pustules". I sterilized a pin. Cleaned the area with soap and water and then with alcohol. After puncturing the pustule with the pin I gently pulled the skin to enlarge the pin hole slightly. Then using a cotton tip or Q-Tip I applied alcohol. I kept expressing the liquid for a few minutes and then reapplying the alcohol. I would rub the alcohol into the pustule opening that I created with the pin. BTW the itching was relieved instantly. After doing this several times and there was no longer any fluid coming from the opening I applied Calamine Lotion. Because of the location of the bites I could not apply a covering. But nonetheless this seems to work well for me. I hope others can benefit from my experience." - Joe Colao