Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Banish Mosquitoes with Mosquito Magnet

Summer is almost here and the warm weather affords us numerous opportunities to enjoy being outdoors. Whether you're planning family barbecues in the backyard, working in the garden or just watching the children play, be aware that you aren't the only ones who will be spending more time in your yard. Summer, with it's warm days, brings mosquitoes, who enjoy feasting on you just as much as you enjoy those juicy burgers right off the grill.

Mosquitoes are annoying little pests that can ruin your enjoyment outdoors and leave you with itchy welts, but there are more important reasons for keeping mosquitoes away from you during outdoor activities. Mosquitoes are well-known carriers of diseases, some of which are deadly. Malaria, Dengue Fever and Yellow Fever are all carried by mosquitoes. Closer to home, your family could be at risk from mosquitoes carrying heartworm, West Nile Virus or one of the Arboviral Encephelatides. Outbreaks of Eastern Equine Encephalitis are common in the northeast US, while southeastern states are at increased risk for heartworm as spread by mosquitoes.

So, what can you do to reduce your risk and annoyance from mosquitoes? One method that has gained in popularity and has been rated favorably by users is the Mosquito Magnet. The Mosquito Magnet attracts mosquitoes and collects them, keeping them away from you and your family. There are no pesticides involved, the only chemical the mosquito magnet emits is the same one that you do when you exhale - carbon dioxide.

If you live in an area where the mosquito population is heavy or there are seasonal outbreaks of disease due to mosquitoes, I suggest you go to the site and read the mosquito magnet review page. Here you will find reviews of the machine from actual users and stories of their success in keeping mosquitoes from ruining their outdoor activities.

Safeguard your family's health by learning about mosquitoes, the diseases they carry and most importantly, how to control these pests and keep them away.


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