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Protect your loved ones against Dengue

Dengue (pronounced DENgee) fever is a painful, debilitating mosquito-borne disease caused by any one of four closely related dengue viruses.

Dengue is one of the most dreaded words during and just after the monsoon season, with news of dengue related deaths every other day. 534 more words


Two more cases of EEE virus found in Suffolk horses

SUFFOLK, Va. – The third and fourth cases of horses with Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) have been identified in Suffolk, according to Suffolk Mosquito Control. 363 more words


Larviciding with Bti

A larvicide (or larvacide) kills larvae.

In a rare too-good-to-be-true moment, the biological agent Bti prevents mosquito larvae from maturing. It’s made from bacteria called… 178 more words

Mosquito Control

West Nile Virus | Mosquito Control | Tyler Texas | Galveston Texas

West Nile has made its way to the Tyler, Texas area. According to a news release from the City of Tyler, positive samples were collected throughout the city. 434 more words

Pest Control

You can help prevent the spread of Zika, other mosquito-borne diseases

Linda Bell, MD
State Epidemiologist
Clinical Services

Summer is here — and so is peak mosquito season, along with irritating bites and the threat of disease. 728 more words

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Zika Surge in Miami Neighborhood Prompts Travel Warning

In the New York Times

by Pam Belluck

Federal health officials on Monday urged pregnant women to stay away from a Miami neighborhood where they have discovered additional cases of Zika infection — apparently the first time the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has advised people not to travel to a place in the continental United States. 198 more words


Local mosquito spraying company receiving more service calls after Zika reports

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. – Mosquito Joe has been getting more calls that usual lately. Those calls are asking  that crews spray their properties.

“Just from April to this time, we have seen an uptick in customers because they’re hearing things like the cases in Florida,” Kris Bowers, a field technician told News 3. 253 more words