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NJ’s First 2013 Case of West Nile Confirmed

New Jersey health officials have confirmed the state's first case of West Nile virus this year.

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NJ Residents Warned About Mosquito Threat [AUDIO]

State officials report the number of mosquito pools with positive West Nile virus readings is down more than 75 percent from a year ago at this same time, but another mosquito threat is looming.

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State Mosquito Control Efforts Appear to be Working [AUDIO]

There's no sign of the West Nile Virus and nothing out of the ordinary when it comes to the state's mosquito control efforts.

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Flickr User naturegirl 78
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New Mosquito Menace in New Jersey [AUDIO]

The cicadas are may be on the way out, but here comes the Asian tiger mosquito.

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Hugo Quintero, flickr
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Here Are Some Great Ways To Keep the Mosquitoes Away This Summer

 

Oh those nasty little and sometimes big annoying mosquitos that just won't go away when you're trying to spend the night outside on your patio.  Here are some natural ideas for keeping those pesky things away from you and your kids thanks to care2.com.

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Sandy-Debris a Breeding Ground for Mosquitoes, NJ Officials Warn [AUDIO]

State officials are voicing concern that all of the debris left in the wake of Superstorm Sandy more than 6 months ago could provide additional breeding grounds for mosquitoes that carry the West Nile Virus.

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Sandy Causes Larger Mosquito Population

Thanks to all that Sandy debris, there's a warning from the state Health Department about a higher-than-normal mosquito population. 

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First West Nile Virus Death In New Jersey At Shore

The first death in New Jersey related to West Nile Virus hits Burlington County with the death of an elderly resident.

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Love to Hike ? How Do You Keep The Bugs Away ?

Hiking is very popular these days and if you love it in the Summer... How do you keep the insects away ?

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It’s A BUG, BUG World And We Have To Live In It!

 

Mosquitoes, sand gnats, ticks, sting bugs and everything else in between...The bugs are bad this year here at the Shore.

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