Published in Blood Weekly, September 19th, 2002
Mosquitoes spread West Nile virus to birds and then from infected birds to other mosquitoes and humans.
Infected humans can develop symptoms including deadly encephalitis, or swelling of the brain.
With the spread and subsequent increased threats, also comes an increased need for reliable information. The West Nile virus Information Center at www.pestfacts.org fills that need. Sponsored by RISE...
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