With the threat of West Nile virus, cities across the country
will have to decide exactly what chemicals they will use to control
mosquitoes or other insects. The West Nile threat was first found in New York City in 1999, but has reached across
the country now. This Report looks at local governmental responses
to this, and gives you some idea what you as an individual can do
to both find out what the decision makers intend to do and possibly
how you can influence them. This Special Report will give you pertinent
facts about chemicals that can directly affect your health and the
well being of those you love and what you can do to help.
Some of the topics covered
What Do You Need to Know to Protect Your
What Are the Known Acute and Chronic Symptoms
from Malathion Exposures?
What about the Other Sprayed Pesticide Chemicals
Who Is Most Vulnerable to Chemically Polluted
What Does Malathion Do to Wildlife? What
Does Malathion Do to Humans?
Before Pesticide Spraying, What Should the
How High Is Your Risk of Becoming Ill with West Nile Encephalitis?
How Can Those Exposed Help Diminish the Effects
of Toxic Chemicals?
What Can You Do to Prevent or Treat West Nile
THE MOSQUITO CHALLENGE: How Are Mosquitoes
Claimed to Be Safely Eradicated?
What Are Specific Safer, More Effective Mosquito
Control Measures to Use Outside?