N.H. Prepares for Another Year of Mosquitoes, EEE

New Hampshire is thawing out--and with the spring melt comes renewed worries over the return of mosquitoes and Eastern equine encephalitis (EEE).

Towns in southeastern New Hampshire plan to begin their mosquito control programs in just a few weeks.

State health spokesman Greg Moore said a mild and rainy winter actually could lead to greater mosquito populations this year.


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