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Citrus flavoring is weaponized against insect-borne diseases
by Donald G. McNeil Jr.
The New York Times Translate This Article
11 August 2020
On 11 August 2020 The New York Times reported:
Adding a new weapon to the fight against insect-borne illnesses like Lyme disease and malaria, the Environmental Protection Agency on Monday [10 August] approved a new chemical that both repels and kills ticks and mosquitoes. The E.P.A. has approved nootkatone, which is found in cedars and grapefruit. It repels ticks, mosquitoes, and other dangerous bugs for hours, but is safe enough to eat.
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Nootkatone is considered nontoxic to humans and other mammals, birds, fish, and bees, the EPA said in a statement.
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