We changed our privacy policy. Read more.
5

Mosquitos transmit the pathogens that cause malaria, filariasis, dengue, yellow fever, West Nile fever, Rift Valley fever, and dozens of other infectious diseases of humans, domestic animals, and wildlife Ross, Macdonald, and a Theory for the Dynamics and Control of Mosquito-Transmitted Pathogens You already mentioned malaria and West Nile. The others ...


4

So I didn't die during the night, but the pain did awake me with a jolt at about 5am, and I went to the Urgent Care Clinic promptly at 6am, and it's a good thing because the inflamed site had grown significantly. The Doctors were able to incise/cut out the bite site and take a syringe and suck out the venom/blister/pus that was festering underneath. They ...


2

Bed bugs eat blood. Red cells do not contain DNA which can be hijacked by the SARS-CoV-2 virus so the bugs should not have any viable virus unless the bug is covered with infected droplets of someone's cough. That seems highly improbable. Bed bugs are not known to spread disease. Bed bugs can be an annoyance because their presence may cause itching and ...


2

@Carey Gregory: You're right, they are neither. She went to a small-animal vet clinic as I suggested and had them looked at under a microscope; the vet confirmed they are neither ticks nor fleas and didn't have an idea as to what they might be. They had 6 legs. Needless to say, she is relieved but still curious.


1

Yes, it can help heal faster and alleviate symptoms which are interrelated. fleabites.net Applying an ice pack on the site of bite to prevent swelling, itching and soothe the skin. And based on what the article says: you can also use several natural products and home remedies to treat and heal the flea bites on humans faster The Naked Scientist. ...


Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible