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Higher Temperatures Impair Efficacy of Permethrin Insecticide

By Harvey Black

The effectiveness of an important mosquito-fighting insecticide may be a casualty of global climate change, according to a recent study in the… 625 more words

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Male Mosquitoes Lured to Traps by Sounds of Female Wing-beats

By Ed Ricciuti

Like mariners lured on to the rocks by the siren songs of legend, male mosquitoes have been found to zero in on inexpensive traps that broadcast sound that is similar in frequency to the sound that is produced by the wing-beats of female mosquitoes — a discovery that may lead to better mosquito control in developing countries. 824 more words

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The Tribune - With 296 confirmed cases, dengue tightens its grip

Varinder Singh, Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, 1 September 2015. Dengue has started tightening its grip around Punjab with as many as 296 confirmed and 1,108 suspected cases surfacing in different parts of the state. 394 more words


Pregnancy Type Test Kit For Dengue Positivity

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Various deceases and viruses has become a widespread issue in other nations and also in our country today. It has been categorized unto its levels of effect to the health of the people and the cause of how it is being acquired. 1,084 more words


Dengue Prevention Trap

Introduction Dengue also known as breakbone fever is a mosquito-borne disease that already killed thousands of lives. It is caused by any one of four closely related dengue viruses and transmitted by the bite of mosquito within the genus Aedes, principally A. 745 more words

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Mosquitoes Looking for Love in All the Wrong Places, Sort it Out Eventually

By Erin Weeks

In the 1980s, public health officials and entomologists noticed a curious sea change in Florida.

For centuries, the yellowfever mosquito (Aedes aegypti… 1,021 more words

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Dengue danger lurks for gemstone aficionados, Health Ministry warns

The gemstone fever that is currently sweeping Indonesia could lead to a literally deadly fever: dengue. 339 more words