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  1. photo Michigan city bureaucrats use Zika hysteria to criminalize puddles of waterMichigan city bureaucrats use Zika hysteria to criminalize puddles of waterNews
    . As reported by CBS Detroit, the mayor of nearby Warren, Jim Fouts, wants to use the pretext of mosquito-borne viruses like West Nile and now Zika as a "proactive" way to cite and ticket people who haveRead more
  2. photo Avoid <b>West</b> <b>Nile</b> naturally with these tips and immune-boosting supplementsAvoid West Nile naturally with these tips and immune-boosting supplementsNews
    The degree of morbidity from West Nile virus infected mosquitoes is low. According to the CDC, only around one in five humans infected get sick. That sickness is usually a nasty bout with the fluRead more
  3. photo Use garlic to naturally repel mosquitoes and treat <b>West</b> <b>Nile</b> <b>Virus</b>Use garlic to naturally repel mosquitoes and treat West Nile VirusNews
    From time to time over the past decade or so, a particular type of viral infection known as West Nile Virus (WNV) has made the news since it made its way into America in 1999. MosquitoesRead more
  4. photo House Republicans exploit Zika <b>virus</b> fear to loosen pesticide restrictions, permit chemical dumping in water suppliesHouse Republicans exploit Zika virus fear to loosen pesticide restrictions, permit chemical dumping in water suppliesNews
    management as an excuse to ease permit requirements for pesticide applicators. Prior to Zika, lawmakers capitalized on the perceived threat of the West Nile virus to try and ease pesticide regulations. "WhenRead more
  5. photo Mosquitoes are killing people - three ways to protect you and your loved onesMosquitoes are killing people - three ways to protect you and your loved onesNews
    year.Also recently, Sacramento County in California reported the first death of a human this year from West Nile virus (WNV)."His illness, as well as his laboratory test results, are potentially consistentRead more
  6. photo Puerto Rico declares epidemic as chikungunya <b>virus</b> continues to spread unabatedPuerto Rico declares epidemic as chikungunya virus continues to spread unabatedNews
    seen this before, with West Nileand with dengue fever. Dengue did not take a hold in the country, but West Nile did. It may be climate related, but there are other factors that could make the differenceRead more
  7. photo 5 Natural Bug Repellents: No Dangerous DEET Side Effects5 Natural Bug Repellents: No Dangerous DEET Side EffectsArticle
    Summer bugs are no joke–mosquitoes can transmit West Nile and the latest worrisome virus, chikungunya, a mosquito-borne virus that causes debilitating arthritic pain and in some cases, even deathRead more
  8. photo DIY mosquito trap protects against dengue fever, <b>West</b> <b>Nile</b> and other insect-borne diseasesDIY mosquito trap protects against dengue fever, West Nile and other insect-borne diseasesNews
    two weeks.Created en masse, this DIY mosquito trap would be rather effective, reducing the mosquitoes that carry dengue virus, West Nile or any other mosquito-borne illness.Sources for this articleRead more
  9. photo <b>Virus</b> research fraud is rampant across the modern, corrupt medical establishmentVirus research fraud is rampant across the modern, corrupt medical establishmentNews
    Every year, there seems to be a new virus scare coursing through the media. Whether it's West Nile, Bird flu, SARS, Ebola or the current Zika outbreak, there's always an irrational spread of fearRead more
  10. photo Canada Cracks Down on Pesticides, Hardcore!Canada Cracks Down on Pesticides, Hardcore!Article
    , such as preventing West Nile virus. Via TheStar.com . Tagged: farming , pesticides Related Posts Organic Farming on the Rise: More than 20,000 U.S. Organic Farms 08 Apr 2016 0Read more

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West Nile virus

Disease

West Nile virus (WNV) is a mosquito-borne zoonotic arbovirus belonging to the genus Flavivirus in the family Flaviviridae. This flavivirus is found in temperate and tropical regions of the world. It was first identified in the West Nile subregion in the East African nation of Uganda in 1937. Prior to the mid-1990s, WNV disease occurred only sporadically and was considered a minor risk for...More