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Zika Virus and Outdoor Workers: Include Insect Repellent on your list of PPE (Personal Protective Equipment)

by Greg Huber, University of Georgia

Inherently, agricultural and outdoor workers experience a greater risk of mosquito bites that can vector illnesses such as chikungunya, dengue, Japanese encephalitis, West Nile, and Zika virus disease.  690 more words


Forgo the Fog: Alternatives to Mosquito Fogging

Midwest Pesticide Action Center

Summer is peak mosquito season, complete with annoying bites and fears about West Nile virus. While mosquitoes can be a nuisance, Mosquito Abatement Districts (MADs) do not necessarily have to resort to fogging in order to control mosquito populations. 148 more words

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How To Get Rid Of Termites

Termites, if left alone, can be a total risk at home. Since they will be complicated to observe they are able to cause a large amount of injury and it may take someone many years before noticing the injury they have caused. 481 more words

How To Get Gone Mites

Mites, if left not accompanied, can be quite a whole menace at home. Since they are difficult to recognize they can cause a large amount of damage plus it may take somebody a long time before realizing the destruction they have caused. 483 more words

Ways To Get Reduce Termites

Mites, if left not accompanied, can be quite a full nuisance at home. They could result in a lot of damage since they will be not easy to discover also it usually takes somebody many years before observing the damage they have induced. 479 more words

New mosquito resources at NPIC

The National Pesticide Information Center (NPIC) has compiled a list of resources about mosquitoes and protecting yourself against the Zika virus. 

NPIC provides objective, science-based information about pesticides and pesticide-related topics to enable people to make informed decisions about pesticides and their use. 166 more words


Make Your Home a Bite-Free Zone

from Chester County Health Department’s Mosquito-Borne Diseases page:

Mosquitoes lay eggs in standing water (water that does not flow). Getting rid of standing water on your property can help decrease the mosquito population, your risk of getting a mosquito-borne disease, and may also help decrease the need for mosquito control sprays in your neighborhood. 186 more words

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