Dengue fever

Dengue Fever : No Commercially Available Vaccine

What is Dengue Fever Dengue is transmitted by several species of mosquito . Dengue fever virus has four different types; infection with one type usually gives lifelong immunity to that type, but only short-term immunity to the others. Subsequent infection with a different type increases the risk of severe complications. As there is no commercially

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West Nile Virus

What is West Nile Virus Mosquitos are more than an annoying insect. But mosquitos are potentially life threatening. They carry diseases – potentially very nasty deseases. In 2007 there were 3630 West Nile Virus cases reported and more than 200 deaths. We already know what a great climate for mosquitoes Texas is, Symptoms of West

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St Louis Encephalitis: Spreads by infected mosquito

What is St Louis Encephalitis St. Louis encephalitis is a viral disease spread by infected mosquitoes. This disease can affect the central nervous system, causing severe complications and even death. St. Louis encephalitis was first recognized in 1933 and epidemics have occurred sporadically and unpredictably in the subsequent decades. During epidemics large numbers of people

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Dangers of Mosquito Bites

Dangers of Mosquito Bites Mosquitoes have evolved to detect suitable victims by smell and they sense of smell is pretty good – up to 100 feet. Female mosquitoes are the culprit. Dangers of mosquito are more as they are the only ones that bite. Mother nature has equipped mosquitoes with a unique and ingenious method

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Infections & Their Solutions

Dangers of Mosquito Bite Infections Itching – check with your doctor before self treating. Itching from a bite can be treated with benadryl or a variety of over-the-counter itch-stopping products applied directly to the bite. Pink Calamine lotion or Aveeno anti-itch cream with calamine can be very effective for itching, but be aware that if

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