11 Most Frequently Asked Mosquito Spray Questions
Everyone is familiar with mosquitos, those irritating blood suckers that leave angry welts all over your body. Besides their annoyance, they are responsible for more human deaths than any other living creature. Every year […]
Mosquitoes are flying insects that are found in many parts of the world. Not all mosquitoes bite, but when they do, they can transmit diseases. Adult mosquitoes can live up to four weeks depending on humidity, the species, and many […]Read More
Malaria is a disease that has always affected many parts of the world. The US over the last 20 years successfully eradicated the disease but there have been recent cases of people who were infected that had not traveled outside […]Read More
Mosquitoes are known all over the world for the transmission of a range of diseases. One of these is the West Nile Virus. Unfortunately, there has been a recent uptick in the disease, which is why it is important to […]Read More
Mosquitoes have long been known to cause health problems in human beings. You have probably heard enough about malaria, dengue, and Zika virus to know that mosquitoes are a serious threat to human health.
Unfortunately, the problems don’t end there – […]
Have you ever sat next to someone who was constantly complaining of mosquito bites while you had not been bitten once? While the idea of ‘sweet blood’ may be your first guess, it’s not quite accurate.
So what is it, really? […]
It’s been a grand summer this year and now the temps are dipping. The annoying mosquitoes have been party-pooping all over the place. You couldn’t just enjoy the summer sunsets without that pesky buzzing sound in your ear, right? What […]Read More
It is rare to come across an adult who admits they know little about mosquitoes. These killer insects are too deadly to go without notice. But the truth is that there is still a lot to discover about the annoying […]Read More
Researches have discovered that the smell of chickens helps to repel the Anopheles arabiensis mosquito, the responsible critter for spreading the devastating disease of malaria. These scientists have made observations as to the behavior of this particular breed of mosquito, […]Read More