Why would you want to do this? If you are reading this, you’re probably already aware of how dangerous malaria has become in the last decade or so. The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared a global health emergency due to the spread of the disease, and there’s no better time than now to show your support for the fight against malaria.
If you are interested in taking out a mosquito and getting a little bit of malaria for yourself, you can do that. The mosquito’s bite comes with a high risk of contracting the disease and getting a full-on case, and that risk is higher for people who are pregnant or trying to conceive. It’s even more of a concern for older adults or those who have a weakened immune system.
As a result, many people in this country are not at all active, and this year alone we have seen more cases of malaria than ever before. We are seeing the spread of the disease all over the world, and in the last week we have seen a new outbreak in South America. This is due to the mosquito species being introduced to the region. The result is that the mosquitos are now carrying the disease.
The most common malaria fever is a mild fever that is milder and more severe in persons who have acquired it. This is because the mosquito larvae are very weak and their life-span is much shorter than the mosquito’s lifetime. The mosquito’s larvae die off and it is quite possible that the larvae can feed on your body as well, for example, and it’s only when you feed them that they are killed. This is why we can’t prevent the mosquito from feeding on your body.
It is said that the disease has never been eradicated, but we are now seeing the true extent of the problem. It is not just the mosquitos, but the mosquito ‘cousins’. Malaria is a disease which comes from a mosquito bite. The mosquito will feed on an infected blood-sucking insect and become infected with malaria. A mosquito which has acquired malaria will then bite a human and will eventually begin to transmit the malaria fever to the human.
The only known way to catch this disease is through contact with infected bodies. For example, if you have been bitten by a mosquito which has acquired malaria, you will die if you go to a doctor and show the bite. This is because if the mosquito bites you, you will be sick, but your body will not be infected with malaria.
The fact that this disease has no cure is the real reason that the World Health Organization (WHO) encourages everyone to get malaria vaccinations, along with the usual prevention measures such as hand washing and avoiding mosquito nets. The WHO also recommends that pregnant women and children under the age of 5, and those who are traveling to or working in other countries, should receive vaccinations.
As I said before, it’s not easy to get malaria, especially in areas of the world where it is a killer. The WHO estimates that every second, an infected individual is seeking treatment, which means up to 5,000 people suffer the deadly disease every year. Fortunately, there are several drugs that can be used to treat it, but the most effective method is still to avoid being bitten.
There are many ways to prevent mosquito bites. One method is to keep your home mosquito-proof. You can spray your home with a bug-buster (like P-B-S) and use anti-mosquito sprays under your sink. If you are like me you might also try an indoor spray of Bt.
Another way to prevent mosquito bites is to wear repellent. This one is a bit more “toxic” than the “bug-buster” but still effective. Try wearing some body spray like Bug Shield.