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Q. What can I do to reduce my risk of
becoming infected with West Nile ?
A.
Stay indoors at dawn, dusk, and in the early
evening.
Wear long-sleeved shirts and long pants
whenever you are outdoors.
Apply insect repellent sparingly to exposed
skin. An effective repellent will contain 20% to
35% DEET (N,N-diethyl-meta-toluamide).
DEET in high concentrations (greater than
35%) may cause side effects, particularly in
children; avoid products containing DEET.
Repellents may irritate the eyes and mouth,
so avoid applying repellent to the hands of
children. Insect repellants should not be
applied to very young children (< 3 years old).
Spray clothing with repellents containing
permethrin or DEET, as mosquitoes may bite
through thin clothing.
Whenever you use an insecticide or insect
repellent,
be sure to read and follow the
manufacturer's
DIRECTIONS FOR USE,
as printed on the product.
"Ultrasonic" devices are not effective in
preventing mosquito bites. (This may be true
but there are two issues at hand. Aside from
the fact that other people will say in fact that
statement is "untrue." Based on in the field
experience.)

The CDC Responds
The Mosquito War Rules.
(Issue Two: "Wave Length." This is a Science that is only
being explored with great understanding now and as we go
forward. It is a Science that has been proven effective in
dangerous situations. It is -Science- based on sound and
sound vibration. A method of communcaition that has been
used by all of time. Sound vibration. Wave Lengths have
been used in devices in development to "deter" sharks as
they are being studied. But I would note that you would
not go to study a shark with only your electronic repellent
and not wear a shark suit. When protecting your life and
those you love you take every option that may work. Then,
you decide. Regarding "Electronic Mosquito Repellents",
we've tested many. Most did not work. The Clip-on MR 2
Repellent worked. Mosquitos got close but no one got bit.
)
photo by: Arielle
The Music Credit
"You Really Got Me"
Van Halen
on Warner Bros.
Records Everywhere
(Issue One: wording. "not effective in
preventing mosquito bites." That is true
as to this far, No repellent is "effective" in
"preventing" mosquito bites. Repellents do not
"prevent mosquito bites." They, if they work,
"deter" a mosquito from biting you. As to say
"go look somewhere else." The other note on
this issue is that the Chemical industry is Big
Business with many profits to protect. Those
protecting their interest instead of your life will
say anything. And make you think it is Fact.)

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