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Mosquito Months
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Seasonal Mosquito Pressure in the U.S.

Sept 8, 2022
As summer transitions into fall, we have many things to look forward to, like more temperate weather to enjoy outdoor activities, beautiful foliage and less mosquitoes. So when can you expect some relief from those pesky mosquitoes in your area?

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Ticks & Tick Prevention

How Ticks Spread Lyme Disease

Aug 25, 2022
A trip to the woods with your kids or a hike on your own is a great way to get some fresh air, stretch your legs, and take in the serenity of nature. It's also a great way to contract Lyme disease if you're not careful.

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Thermacell Wirecutter Award Mosquitos

E90 Leads NYT Wirecutter 2022 Top Picks for Best Mosquito Control Gear for your Patio or Yard

Aug 15, 2022
Not one, but four repellers made the list of Best Mosquito Control Gear for your Patio or Yard this year, a rewarding sophomore appearance after the E55 Rechargeable Repeller's debut at the top slot in 2021.

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What are mosquitoes actually good for, anyway?

Jul 9, 2022
Although you may assume that mosquitos are pointless pests, they actually serve a significant role in our ecosystem…

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Protect Camping From Mosquitoes

Jul 8, 2022
Repellent will be a must have for your camping and hiking. Camping is supposed to be fun, and you shouldn't have to spend your whole trip hiding from bugs.

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Questions & Answers


Jun 10, 2022
There's a lot of bad information about COVID-19 on the internet, and one of the most pervasive myths is that mosquitoes can spread it. "Mosquitoes are unlikely to be able to transmit the new coronavirus," says Dr. David Pigott, read on for some expert advice.

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Things you probably didn't know attract mosquitoes

May 4, 2022
First off, let’s clarify - only females bite! Yes, this isn’t the only species in the animal kingdom giving females a ferocious rep. (spiders anyone!?!). Females suck blood to hydrate and gain energy from proteins in blood they need to produce eggs. Males on the other hand, live off flower nectar and plant sap.

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