Mosquitoes can be deadly

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Many diseases are spreading at a very fast rate due to insects and mosquitoes. Some of these diseases can even lead to fetal death. These insects, rodents and mosquitoes must be controlled. For more details visit http://www.regalpest.net/westchester-county-mosquito-control/

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Mosquitoes can be deadly

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Introduction There are about 3000 species of mosquitoes. Out of which 100 are vectors of human diseases. Mosquitoes account for most of the infectious diseases

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Diseases caused by mosquitoes Zika virus It is caused by Aedes aegypti mosquio. There is no vaccine, treatment or cure for the virus. Pregnant womans are worned against travel to countries where Zika is there. The virus causes severe birth defects Babies which are infected by Zika might have eye defects, hearing loss and impaired growth. The only way to prevent from zika is to staw away from mosquito bites.

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Diseases caused by mosquitoes Den gue It is transmitted by the from Aedes aegypti mosquito. Only femele mosquito transmits the dengue virus. Mosquito is a daytime biter, inside or outside the home . Mosquitoes are most active in the hours after sunrise and before sunset. The Aedes aegypti mosquitoes mostly breed in the containers holding water. Diagnosis of the dengue fever is made by clinical presentation and blood test

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Diseases caused by mosquitoes Mal aria It is transmitted by female Anopheles mosquito. The mosquito bite introduces parasites from the mosquitoes saliva into humans blood. Malaria causes symptoms that typically include fever, fatigue etc. The disease is wdespread in troopical and subtropical reagions. The risk of disease can be reduced by preventing mosquito bites by using mosquito nets, insect repellent or by hiring mosquto controllers.

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Diseases caused by mosquitoes Chiku ngunya This virus is passed to humans by two species of mosquitoes i.e aedes and aegypti. The disease features sudden onset of fever two to four days afer exposure. The incubation period for chikungunya virus ranges from 1 to 12 days. Following the fever, strong joint pain and stiffness occurs. The best means of prevention is overall mosquito control.

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Preventive measures mosquitoe borne diseases Prevent mosquitoes from entering your home. Mosquitoes lay their egges in still water, therefore reduce mosquito breeding places in your yard. Clean rain gutter, pooled water, remoev unused tires etc. Consider wearing long sleeves clothes, apply a thin coat of mosquito repellent when you are out of home. Do mosquito control once in residential and commercial areas.

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Get more information on mosquito control Visit at http://www.regalpest.net/westchester-county-mosquito-control/

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