Mosquitoes can fly an estimated one to one and a half miles per hour. Some species remain close to their breeding site, while many others fly up to ten miles or more in search of food. To treat mosquito bites, you should wash them with mild soap and water. Try to avoid scratching the bite area, even though it itches. Some anti-itch medicines such as Calamine lotion or over-the-counter cortisone creams may relieve the itching. Typically, you do not need to seek medical attention (unless you feel dizzy or nauseated, which may indicate a severe allergic reaction to the bite). – http://www.buzzoffmosquitolouisiana.com
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