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The Four Kinds of People Mosquitos Love

August 15th, 2016

Do you ever feel like mosquitos seem to seek you out more than other people? Well, you may actually be correct. There are four things that can make you much more of a mosquito magnet than other people. Unfortunately, not all of these conditions are possible to change, so you may just be stuck spraying…

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What Makes You a Mosquito Magnet | Mosquito Control

June 27th, 2016

Do you find that the minute you step outside mosquitos seem to immediately zero in on your scent and come running (or flying) for a taste of your precious blood? After you return indoors, do you find bug bites all over your body…even in places couldn’t possibly have had access to? Well, don’t fret. You…

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Bug Busters USA encourages ongoing vigilance against mosquitoes and mosquito-borne diseases

August 6th, 2014

Bug Busters USA encourages ongoing vigilance against mosquitoes and mosquito-borne diseases  Summer is in its final weeks, but that doesn’t mean mosquitoes will disappear with the arrival of cooler weather. Bug Busters USA, a pest management company servicing the Southeast  urges people to remain cautious of mosquitoes, as they are known to flourish well into…

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Atlanta Mosquito Control Experts

May 22nd, 2014

Atlanta the top mosquito city in the U.S. Henrik Larsson Get your calamine lotion, OFF and citronella torches ready for summer, Atlanta. Orkin LLC ranked Atlanta the No. 1 mosquito city this year based on the number of mosquito treatments the company performed in 2013. June, July and August are prime mosquito months in most…

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Mosquito Control

May 13th, 2014

Mosquitoes are known to transmit many potentially fatal diseases to both humans and mammals, such as horses.  Some of the most common and well-known diseases include West Nile Virus, malaria, dengue fever and equine encephalitis (EEE). In Africa, more than 700,000 children die each year from malaria. West Nile virus is a common concern among…

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