Dengue Fever is a mosquito borne disease

Dengue Fever is a mosquito borne disease affecting an estimated 50 million people every year. Dengue Fever happens in all tropical and some sub tropical areas of the world, generally in an urban setting. Before 1970 only nine countries had experienced Dengue Fever, by 1995 this had increased four fold. Humans contract this disease when bitten by an infected female Aedes mosquito. These mosquitoes remain infected all their lives and can in turn pass on infectivity to their eggs. In…