Protect Against West Nile Virus

Seattle, Wash. and Greensboro, N.C.–2012 has brought with it record Lyme disease risk and now concerns about an uptick in West Nile Virus cases. What is happening this year to increase the risks of these insect-borne diseases? Health experts explain this phenomenon due to the incredibly warm winter which led into an early spring and now extremely hot summer. These conditions have created a hotbed for mosquito breeding grounds, increasing the rates of West Nile throughout the country, with the …


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