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Mosquitoes Are After Your Blood Early This Year!

Mosquito season is upon us already! There have been sightings of these swarming, disease spreading pests earlier than usual and with spring on our doorstep, it’s time to take action if you’ve not done so already. These critters are out […]

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Mosquitoes are ‘Toughing Out’ the Cold Weather

Don’t be fooled into thinking that the cooler climates mean less chance for mosquitoes to breed! A recent article has published that these ‘suckers’ are laying their larvae and they are surviving the colder months and ready to hatch in […]

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Human Population Growth Means Mosquito Population Growth

It has been presumed that climate change is the reason why the mosquito population has rapidly grown in size over the past 50 years, however it’s more likely that the growth in human population may be the cause. With more […]

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Mosquitoes and Malaria in Ancient Roman Remains

A recent study has revealed that malaria caused as much devastation back in the days of the Roman Empire as it does today. There has been DNA evidence discovered in ancient teeth that the mosquito borne disease was very much […]

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Aedes Aegypti Mosquito: Removing the Troublemaker

If you had an opportunity to take the main protagonist out of an equation where people where suffering, would you? If this troublemaker inflicted misery and fatality on the world what would your view be if there was an option […]

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