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
If you are partial to a nice juicy steak, a succulent leg of lamb or just consider yourself to be a meat lover, then you might want to take a moment to read this article because your enjoyment may be […]Read More
With all the talk of Zika virus in the headlines, we need to make sure we’re not forgetting all the other horrible, nasty mosquito borne illnesses that these pesky pests are determined to keep on transmitting. Last week New Jersey […]Read More
The need for funds is ever increasing to assist for the fight against mosquitoes and in particular the recent threat of the Zika virus. Efforts are being made to protect the public with the use of sprays, however, is there […]Read More
Mosquitoes like to settle themselves, lay their hats and call a place home. Worryingly, in the next 10 – 15 years that home could be in New Jersey, and to make matters worse the Aedes Aegypti mosquito, commonly known for […]Read More
In just one day, Florida received confirmation of 11 further cases of the Zika virus. Just in one day! Let that information sink in for a moment. Although you may think that 11 is just a small number compared to […]Read More
Fans of superstar Rihanna will be disappointed to hear that she will not be performing at the famous Lollapalooza festival in Colombia, due to concerns over the Zika virus. Here’s an article with the latest news.
Rihanna Cancels Lollapalooza Colombia Festival Appearance […]
Through tales of folklore, Vampires have been popular creatures that for many years have spread fear through horror films, novels and let’s not forget those Halloween costumes. Their blood sucking antics are what scare us the most.
These fictitious creations may not […]
Lyme disease for many years has been so difficult to diagnose. The tick borne virus is transmitted when we receive a bite from an infected tick and the infection can incubate for some time, often not showing any obvious symptoms […]Read More