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New Hampshire Resident Contracts Eastern Equine Encephalitis

Several times this season, Mosquito Squad of Central New Hampshire has cautioned you about mosquito borne diseases. Though we all know they exist, sometimes it is easy to go through life as if they don’t, simply because most of us have never been directly affected by them. 484 more words

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Chikungunya Vaccine Showing Promise in Initial Stages

An experimental vaccine for the mosquito-borne virus Chikungunya looks to be very promising in the initial testing phases. Chikungunya, as you probably know from reading our blog, was brought back to the States by residents traveling to the Caribbean and other countries where it was prevalent. 354 more words

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Good morning and Happy World Mosquito Day!

What is World Mosquito Day?

  1. An annually observed day every August 20, that commemorates British doctor Sir Ronald Ross‘s discovery in 1897 that female 
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How to Protect Your Southern New Hampshire Horses (and Yourself) from Eastern Equine Encephalitis

Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) made its way into New Hampshire last week. According to The Eagle Tribune, the State Health Department has found the virus in a batch of mosquitoes in Londonderry ( 442 more words

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Protection for Peak Mosquito Season in Birmingham

Birmingham is at the peak of mosquito season and the number of mosquito-borne viruses continues to expand. We’ve been talking about the newest virus called Chikungunya for weeks now. 372 more words

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What can I do to get rid of mosquitoes near my pond?| Ponds & Lakes Q&A

Q: What can I do to get rid of mosquitoes near my pond?

Richard – Benkelman, NE

A: It’s twilight. You’re relaxing pond side, enjoying a cold beverage and conversation with your pals, when the buzzing and biting starts. 373 more words

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Number of West Nile Cases Beginning to Rise

Over the last few weeks we’ve heard a lot about the chikungunya virus as more and more cases are diagnosed here in the United States. Although this new disease is dangerous and painful, other mosquito-borne diseases are still present. 331 more words

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