Since these particular mosquitoes breed in standing water in containers like plant pots, old tires, buckets and trash cans, people should rid their immediate area of things that can collect water. "Swimming pools, unless they're abandoned, are OK," says Rey. The chemicals used to keep pools safe for swimming also keep mosquitoes away. It takes some close looking to find every possible breeding ground for mosquitoes. "I've seen some developing in a film of water next to a sink, or in the bottom of a glass people use to brush their teeth," says Strickman. Cleaning up all those areas of standing water can greatly reduce the number of mosquitoes. "It's up to individuals to make their own backyards safe," says Rey. And their front yards and as much of their surrounding environment as possible.
Will streaming music services replace music downloads? Not for the true audiophile or collector, that’s for sure, but maybe for everybody else. If you absolutely positively have to own the music you love – and if you want the best possible audio quality – then by all means, stick to downloading. (And make sure you have a big enough budget to pay for all the music you want to download.) On the other hand, if you want to listen to a lot of different music without paying an arm and a leg, and don’t mind not personally owning any of it, then by all means go the streaming music route. At $10 or less a month, it’s really a great bargain.
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