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The Texas Department of State Health Services today confirmed the state's first case of West Nile illness of the season.
3 hrs ago | Tyler Morning Telegraph
From Staff Reports An Anderson County man is the state's first confirmed case of West Nile illness this season, the Texas Department of State Health Services today confirmed in a news release.
New Hyperion Advanced Mist Concentrate delivers kill and three-day residual activity against mosquitoes.
Will County Environmental Health began its 2013 mosquito monitoring on Thursday.
ALBANY With Memorial Day Weekend fast approaching and people spending more time outdoors, State Health Commissioner Nirav R. Shah, M.D., M.P.H., today reminded New Yorkers to take precautions to prevent diseases that are transmitted by mosquitoes and ticks.
Tacking on special commissions and bumping up spending in areas across the nearly $33.9 billion budget proposal, the Senate on Wednesday charged through more than half the 725 amendments before it during its first day of annual budget deliberations.
Theresa Van Veelen, chair of Muskegon Community College's Life Sciences Department, said the region could be experiencing the first hatching or possibly the second hatching of the mosquitoes' life cycle, which lasts for about 14 days.
Would you stick your arm in a cage filled with 150 hungry Southern House mosquitoes, which are the very that carry the West Nile virus? Thankfully you don't have to, because researchers did just that to help the CBS 11 I-Team. Summer is heating up and that means North Texans are headed into mosquito season.
Visiting this week's meeting of the Bonifay Kiwanis Club was Director of the Holmes County Health Department Rick Davis to speak with members about mosquitoes, mosquito-borne illnesses and the role that the Holmes County Health Department plays in education.
MOSQUITOS/TICKS: HOW TO PREVENT AND TREAT 1. Why use mosquito spray? a. Mosquitos carry viruses such as the West Nile Virus.
More concerning is that some states are already reporting specimens that are testing positive for West Nile virus .
As summer approaches, the city of Naperville's mosquito abatement program is well underway.
The recently released West Nile case count from 2012 has many people wondering if we'll have incidences of the disease this year, as well.
"A ditch that's probably 200 feet long, 3 feet wide, it can have hundreds of thousands of mosquito larvae," said Michael Morrison, president of Swamp Inc.
With the recent rain and the summer heat, the season for mosquitoes is here as well.