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Mosquito Dangers

West Nile Virus, malaria, Dengue Fever, Yellow Fever and more infectious diseases can be carried by a single bite. Don't be another victim.

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Our unique blend of products kills Mosquitoes on contact and destroys their eggs. Let us help you enjoy your yard... MINUS the Mosquitoes!

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We are so confident in our Mosquito Control Services that we give every customer a "satisfaction guarantee." This means that if you are not happy with our treatment for any reason, we will re-spray at no additional charge to you! So call today and live Mosquito Free!

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Mosquito Dangers!

While many mosquitoes are nothing more than annoying pests, with over 3,000 species worldwide, and 150 in the U.S., some are very dangerous. unfortunately, some mosquitoes are vectors for disease.

West Nile Virus (WN)

Originating in Africa the West Nile virus has spread across parts of Europe, the Middle East, Asia and here at home in the United States. In 2010, 981 infections were reported in the U.S. along with 48 deaths. For more information, statistics and symptoms on the West Nile Virus, go to:

www.cdc.gov/ncidod/dvbid/westnile and

www.mayoclinic.com/health/west-virus/ds00438

Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE)

The eastern equine encephalitis virus is not as common among humans as the WN virus. EEE is more commonly found in various bird species as well as horses. However, the fatality rate for persons infected with EEE is over 50 percent. Fortunately, there are typically fewer than 30 reported cases nationally in any given year. For more information, statistics, and symptoms on EEE go to:

www.cdc.gov/easternequineencephalitis and

www.mayoclinic.com/health/encephalitis/ds0226

LaCrosse Encephalitis (LAC)

Typically found in the Midwest states LaCrosse encephalitis has been on a slow but steady increase into the southeastern portion of the U.S. Unlike EEE, deaths are very rare, but the majority of infections are among children under the age of 15. The number of LAC cases a year is estimated to 80-100. For more information, statistics and symptoms on LAC go to:

www.cdc.gov/lac

 

Other Mosquito-borne illnesses include:

St. Louis Encephalitis

Dog Heartworm

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