In modern times, it’s common knowledge that mosquitoes spread disease. However, once upon a time, to think such a thing was considered outrageous.

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With more than 800 species of ticks in the world, and 90 in the U.S. alone, it’s fortunate for us that not all ticks spread disease. According to the Centers for Disease Control, only a select few species of ticks bite humans and transmit disease, with different types of ticks spreading different diseases.

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Have you ever wondered which are the most dangerous diseases mosquitoes spread in this country? Mosquitoes may be tiny, but there are 30,000 species of them in the world, some of which carry very dangerous and deadly diseases.

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Ticks in winter aren’t as active as they are in the warmer months, but they may still come out on days when temperatures rise above freezing.

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MaidPro, FlyFoe and Men in Kilts are now offering terrific discounts to those who serve our country and first responders who serve our citizens every day. In addition, all three brands have a unique no-cost franchise offer for a limited time that lets existing business owners convert to the franchise at no-cost.

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FlyFoe is in the process of expanding our brand across the U.S. and would like to speak to entrepreneurs looking for seasonal business opportunities and secondary income, or existing business owners interested in operating a new type of business.

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12 people and several animals in Massachusetts have contracted eastern equine encephalitis or EEE this month, and 3 have died. State health department officials have also found the EEE virus in more than 300 mosquito samples and are warning residents to avoid mosquito bites.

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FlyFoe, a mosquito & tick control franchise, is excited to announce that they are actively expanding their brand across the U.S. and still have franchise opportunities available.

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World Mosquito Day is just around the corner. It’s a day that’s celebrated every year on Aug. 20th to mark the day that a British doctor discovered the connection between mosquitoes and malaria, which helped doctors understand how to prevent and fight the disease.

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Most of these all-natural mosquito repellants are derived from plants, and they can be a good choice for persons who do not want to use products that contain chemicals on their own skin or on family members.


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