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Does a Mild Winter Mean There Will Be More Mosquitoes?

Does a Mild Winter Mean There Will Be More Mosquitoes?

April 29, 2020

Does a mild winter mean more mosquitoes? Read this article to find out and what to do to prevent these pests from ruining your spring and summer.

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Dengue Fever Was Found in Florida: What Does That Mean?

Dengue Fever Was Found in Florida: What Does That Mean?

April 22, 2020

What does it mean that dengue fever was found in the Florida Keys? Check out this article for the answer and how to stay safe.

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Mosquitoes & Coronavirus: What You Need to Know

Mosquitoes & Coronavirus: What You Need to Know

April 16, 2020

With summer on the way, you may be worried if mosquitoes will be able to transmit coronavirus. Read this article to have your questions answered.

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Winter Pests 101

Winter Pests 101

January 25, 2020

Not all insects and animals hibernate during the winter months. Once the weather gets cold, some will seek out warmer habitats to hide out in. This often includes homes, which can be a source of warmth and food to them during the winter.

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Where Do Mosquitoes Go in the Winter?

Where Do Mosquitoes Go in the Winter?

January 24, 2020

Mosquitoes are something we notice when they're around but don't necessarily think of when they're gone.

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Scientists Releasing Mosquitoes with Bacteria to Fight Dengue Fever

Scientists Releasing Mosquitoes with Bacteria to Fight Dengue Fever

January 23, 2020

Mosquitoes are a common nuisance for anyone who spends time outdoors. It seems like we're always swatting them away and spraying ourselves with repellent to keep them off.

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The Spread of EEE (Eastern Equine Encephalitis) Across the United States

The Spread of EEE (Eastern Equine Encephalitis) Across the United States

January 07, 2020

After you have been bitten by a mosquito infected with this virus, it can take between 4 and 10 days for the symptoms to show up. There are two types of illness: systemic and encephalitic, which results in swelling of the brain. Which type of illness a person gets will depend on their age, health and other factors. It's possible to contract this disease and have no symptoms at all.

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Creative Ways to Use Lighting in Event Spaces

Creative Ways to Use Lighting in Event Spaces

December 29, 2019

Adding string lights to your outdoor event is a great way to illuminate the area and add something unique to the space. If you use clear or white lights, it will add sophistication and glamor. Colored lights can make the area look extra fun.

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Holiday Light Etiquette

Holiday Light Etiquette

December 16, 2019

You probably already know that hanging your Christmas lights in the middle of July is a no-no, but if you want to avoid being "that neighbor" that everyone talks about when they're not around, MosquitoNix is here to help with a holiday light etiquette guide. We'll walk you through the basics of when and where to hang your holiday lights so all you spread is cheer and not annoyance. 

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How to Enjoy Your Camping Trip While Keeping the Mosquitoes Away

How to Enjoy Your Camping Trip While Keeping the Mosquitoes Away

December 16, 2019

Heading into nature for a camping trip is a great way to spend some quality time with your family and create memories. Camping gets you away from the stresses of everyday life and allows you to unplug. To ensure that you have an enjoying experience while camping outdoors, you need to find a way to keep mosquitoes at bay.

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Holiday Light Inspiration

Holiday Light Inspiration

December 01, 2019

If you're looking for a little holiday lighting inspiration, you've come to the right place. Our Elves have been hard at work and have done a great job decorating homes just like yours for the holiday. Visit MosquitoNix to see some of our completed holiday light designs and find the inspiration you need to make your house the best on the block. 

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How Human Diet Drugs Could Work on Mosquitoes

How Human Diet Drugs Could Work on Mosquitoes

September 18, 2019

How do we stop mosquitoes from sucking our blood, and in some cases, killing us?
A recent scientific study has found diet drugs that humans take to lose weight also worked to curb mosquitoes' appetites.Plenty of tools are available to help prevent mosquito bites. At 
MosquitoNix®, we use different non-toxic treatments to satisfy our customers' needs. The Rockefeller University study, though, is a rare attempt at trying to control the mosquitoes' behavior rather than just killing them or keeping them out of a particular area.

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