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Posts filed under: Mosquito

  • Link to Rainy Day Bugs
It’s raining, it’s pouring… the bugs are exploring! You may notice an invasion of pests like ants, roaches, and spiders into your home after a rainy day. Why? In most cases, their shelter is compromised, forcing the bugs out of hiding...
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  • Link to Latest Development in Zika Virus: Brain Damage in Adults
With every passing week, Zika becomes more dangerous and is spreading to new areas. Until now, Zika has been a threat mostly to pregnant women, their partners, or couples that are trying or planning to conceive due to the birth defect...
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  • Link to CDC Confirms Local Transmission of Zika Virus Near Miami Florida
The first cases of locally transmitted Zika virus were reported this week in Florida. On July 29th, 4 people infected with Zika virus in Miami reportedly were bitten by mosquitoes within the city. On August 1st, that number grew from...
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  • Link to Mosquito-Borne Zika Virus Now Linked to Permanent Blindness
By now we know that Zika Virus, a mosquito-borne disease, carries some serious health threats and risks, previously thought to be most dangerous for pregnant mothers and their unborn babies. If bitten by the Aedes aegypti mosquito carrying Zika, an unborn...
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  • natural mosquito bite remedies text and a woman scratching a bite on her arm
We all need food to survive, right? Unfortunately for us, mosquitoes live off of blood meals from people and animals, which is obtained by biting their victims. Ouch! And chances are, even if you practice strict mosquito prevention, you’ll still be bitten...
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  • Gloved hand spraying insecticide on some bugs
While pests in the house are a year-round nuisance here in the South, certain bugs are more active in warmer months. If you own or rent a home or apartment, you’re likely to come across one or all of these 5 summer...
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  • Mosquito infecting a puzzle of the United States with the zika virus
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is now warning everyone that Zika is scarier than they originally thought. Over 300 cases of Zika virus have now been confirmed in the U.S. And while most of these occurrences are in people who...
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  • Woman spraying her lets with mosquito repellent with the text: 10 ways to prevent mosquito bites
Mosquito season in the south is here! Yes, we know what you’re thinking…so soon? We usually get one pleasant month of spring before mosquitoes start biting. But with the unpredictable, on-again, off-again warm weather we’ve had all winter, it’s really no...
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  • animated zika virus mosquito
According to the AJC and the State Department of Public Health, the first case of Zika virus in Georgia was confirmed today by Center for Disease Control and Prevention. It’s believed the affected individual contracted the virus while traveling to Columbia...
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  • pest control company atlanta
With so many exterminators to choose from, it can be overwhelming for a business or homeowner to determine which company is the best option. Here are a few things to look for when considering which pest control company is right...
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