Scientists: Freezing Cold Winter Could Mean Much Fewer Bugs In SummerAs many states are still digging out from the frigid "bomb cyclone," some are looking for the possible bright side of a brutal winter: less bugs in the summer.
How To Stay Safe & Avoid Mosquito Bites This SummerFrom what clothing to wear to what repellents to use, Dr. Max Gomez shares some tips to prevent those pesky – and sometimes dangerous -- bites.
Swarm Of Mosquitoes Plaguing Areas Of LaGuardia AirportWith a rainy and humid spring, workers and passengers are now swatting away the mosquitoes for the entire day.
4 Factors That Will Make You More Of A 'Mosquito Magnet'Turns out, there are four different types of people that are more likely to be a mosquito magnet than others.
Wet Start To Spring Sparks Zika Concerns Among New Jersey ResidentsThe summer is here and that means mosquitoes, but fears about the Zika virus could force some to change their outdoor plans.
North Hempstead Boy And Girl Scouts Team Up To Build Mosquito Fighting ‘Bat Boxes’To avoid what is known as the 'pesticide treadmill' the town is encouraging families to build their own bat houses.
New York State To Give Out Mosquito Trapping Kits To Prevent ZikaLocal and state authorities said Friday that there is a way to prevent mosquitoes, and possibly the Zika virus, from spreading.
Federal, Local Officials Address Spread Of Zika VirusHealth officials said the number of U.S. residents diagnosed with Zika infections in the past year has grown to 31, but said all of them are believed to have caught the infection while traveling abroad.
New York City Reports First Human West Nile Case For YearThe first human case of the West Nile virus for the year in New York City was confirmed Sunday, officials said.
Bellmawr Man Is New Jersey's First Confirmed West Nile Virus CaseThe virus is transferred to humans through mosquitoes that have also fed on birds infected with West Nile.
West Nile Virus Scare Forces Suffolk County To Restrict Camping In 1 ParkThanks to a mosquito testing positive for West Nile virus, for the time being there will be no more overnight camping at a county park on Long Island.
Season's First West Nile Mosquitoes Found In Queens, Staten IslandMosquitoes infected with the West Nile virus have been found within the New York City limits for the first time this season, according to the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.