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Kanishk Karhana

Kanishk Karhana

Kanishk Karhana is an electrical engineer turned digital marketer. Always user centric, he believes blogs should be precise, to-the-point and not be wannabe essays. He tries to find out new ways of doing things and prefers out of the box solutions. Loves to find out the latest in the world of technology. He is an avid football follower, Manchester United fanatic and a car enthusiast.
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Pest control treatments in homes and commercial properties have become very popular in recent times due to people realizing the importance of a healthy lifestyle. With this realization, it is equally important to realize the methods of treatments available and their effects. Natural/herbal pest control methods are comparatively new in the fight against pests. Herbal …

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Kanishk Karhana

Kanishk Karhana

Kanishk Karhana is an electrical engineer turned digital marketer. Always user centric, he believes blogs should be precise, to-the-point and not be wannabe essays. He tries to find out new ways of doing things and prefers out of the box solutions. Loves to find out the latest in the world of technology. He is an avid football follower, Manchester United fanatic and a car enthusiast.
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For commercial spaces, mostly herbal medications are used, especially in hotels and restaurants. Herbal meds are mostly odorless and eco-friendly too. While for the domestic purpose, people generally prefer chemical meds due to their slightly lower prices. We’ll be focussing on the commercial pest control process. The process starts with an inspection followed by choosing …

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Divya Mishra

An avid writer and Market Researcher by profession, Divya is more a proud Boilermaker than anything! She holds an MBA in Marketing from Purdue University USA.
Before taking over Operations & Public Relations at Mr Right in last summer, Divya was working with Nielsen where she helped Fortune 500 Clients including PepsiCo, Philip Morris's Marlboro, Nestle, ITC, and more, in successfully launching their products in the consumer market. She is also a seasoned Business Analyst and an ex-Software Engineer.

The best ways for the prevention and control of dengue fever transmission are: Source reduction meaning eliminating mosquito egg laying sites Environmental control meaning reducing human-mosquito contact Controlling by chemical treatment Source reduction strategy to control dengue fever Transmission of dengue fever can be controlled to a great extent by lowering the number of eggs, larvae …

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Divya Mishra

An avid writer and Market Researcher by profession, Divya is more a proud Boilermaker than anything! She holds an MBA in Marketing from Purdue University USA.
Before taking over Operations & Public Relations at Mr Right in last summer, Divya was working with Nielsen where she helped Fortune 500 Clients including PepsiCo, Philip Morris's Marlboro, Nestle, ITC, and more, in successfully launching their products in the consumer market. She is also a seasoned Business Analyst and an ex-Software Engineer.

Dengue (pronounced DENgee) fever is a painful mosquito-borne disease caused by the bite of female mosquito Aedes aegypti. It is also called breakbone fever  because this unusually causes severe muscle and joint pains. The female Aedes aegypti becomes infected with dengue virus when it bites a person with dengue virus in their blood. When a mosquito …

Written by

Divya Mishra

An avid writer and Market Researcher by profession, Divya is more a proud Boilermaker than anything! She holds an MBA in Marketing from Purdue University USA.
Before taking over Operations & Public Relations at Mr Right in last summer, Divya was working with Nielsen where she helped Fortune 500 Clients including PepsiCo, Philip Morris's Marlboro, Nestle, ITC, and more, in successfully launching their products in the consumer market. She is also a seasoned Business Analyst and an ex-Software Engineer.

Aedes aegypti is the principal mosquito vector of dengue viruses. It is responsible for dengue transmission and dengue epidemics.  The female Aedes aegypti becomes infected with dengue virus when it bites a person with dengue virus in their blood. When a mosquito feeds on the blood of dengue virus infected person, the virus enters into …

Written by

Divya Mishra

An avid writer and Market Researcher by profession, Divya is more a proud Boilermaker than anything! She holds an MBA in Marketing from Purdue University USA.
Before taking over Operations & Public Relations at Mr Right in last summer, Divya was working with Nielsen where she helped Fortune 500 Clients including PepsiCo, Philip Morris's Marlboro, Nestle, ITC, and more, in successfully launching their products in the consumer market. She is also a seasoned Business Analyst and an ex-Software Engineer.

Dengue (pronounced DEN-gee) fever is a mosquito-borne disease caused by one of four closely related dengue viruses. WHO has defined dengue as a vector-borne disease transmitted by the bite of an infected mosquito. There are 4 serotypes of the virus that causes dengue. These are known as DEN-1, DEN-2, DEN-3, DEN-4. Now the question comes …