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1 day ago

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Would you prefer muggy or buggy weather? 😄Would you prefer muggy or buggy weather? 😄
Check out the National Pest Management Association's Bug Barometer for this Fall/Winter!
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3 days ago

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Did you know pregnant women and children under the age of 5 are most vulnerable to malaria? Watch to see how Ruth is using her story to help other Cameroonians.

Learn about our partnership with Malaria No More at SwatMalaria.netIf you would like to support Ruth and women like her fighting malaria around the world, go to secure.malarianomore.org/page/contribute/donate Malaria...
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1 week ago

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You can support Malaria No More this holiday season by purchasing Conscious Step socks!As we launch full-force into the holiday season, we hope you’ll remember Malaria No More in your giving. One awesome way to support our mission is through Conscious Step socks. You can gift one of these NEW designs to loved ones this season—all while helping to provide lifesaving tools to end malaria! #BlackFriday consciousstep.com/collections/socks-that-fight-malaria ... See MoreSee Less

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BUGS & DISEASES

TEENY, TINY SILENT KILLERS LURK IN OUR MIDST.

The mosquito has quite an awful reputation. It has been called the most deadly animal in the world, and is attributed with more deaths on the planet than any other creature. With a single bite the mosquito can wreak great havoc by spreading devastating illnesses like West Nile Virus, Encephalitis, Malaria, Chikungunya and even Heartworm in pets.

And ticks are just as serious a threat if not even more so. They can easily travel across outdoor landscapes, and tend too latch onto pets that then enter our homes. Ticks then land on a human host, spreading Lyme disease, Erlichiosis, Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, and other tick-borne illnesses.

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