GIVE-AWAY ALERT: Fight Dengue with DEET-free Guard Insect Repellent

12:05 PM

It's on the news everyday - dengue fever in the Philippines is on the rise.  In our region alone (CALABARZON), there are already 6,488 cases as of the second week of August 2011.  In Pasig, which is the city next to our town, 707 dengue fever cases have been indentified.  I know I have protected our home from dengue fever-causing mosquitoes but how sure can I be that my boy is protected when he's not at home.  That's when I discovered this DEET-free Guard Insect Repellent.


Why I choose a DEET-free insect repellent

I edit dozens of medical articles a day for a living and that made me more aware of what DEET can do to the body.  DEET or diethyltoluamide (N,N-diethyl-meta-toluamide), was developed by the US Army back in the 1950s to protect soldiers assigned in malaria-infested areas.  It is a plasticizer and can damage rubber, plastic, and vinyl materials.  Overdose of this substance can lead to itching, vomiting, bradychardia, and hypotension.  Just imagine what this can do to kids.

Why I choose a Picaridin-based insect repellent

 Picaridin or Icaridin offers the same protection that DEET can provide when it comes to repelling mosquitoes and other insects.  In fact, according to the World Health Organization, picaridin is often superior to DEET minus the irritating effects to skin.

Below is an infographic that compares DEET and Picaridin:

Click the photo for a larger view.

Why I choose Guard Insect Repellent

I choose Guard Insect Repellent because it is the only insect repellent in the Philippines with picaridin which is safe for kids ages one year and up. I love its fresh powdery scent and it doesn't leave a sticky feeling on the skin which is best for a tropical country such as ours. Lastly, it is so affordable at only Php 44.50 for a 25ml tube, Php 68.50 for a 50ml tube, and Php 122 for a 100ml tube. They even have a trial sachet sold at onlly Php 6.25!

Win Guard Insect Repellent gift packs!

I'm giving one (1) lucky reader and two (2) of his/her friends the chance to try Guard Insect Repellent. Up for grabs are 3 50ml tubes of Guard Insect Repellent in their cutie pouches. Here's how to join:

REQUIRED FOR ALL PARTICIPANTS:

Share your anti-dengue fever tip/s to parents by leaving a comment to this post.
Kindly include your name, email, and the links to your tweets and FB posts. You can always edit your comment to add any additional links should you post/tweet more than once.

For 1 extra raffle point:

Like The 24-Hour Mommy (http://www.facebook.com/The24HourMommy) and Guard Insect Repellent (http://www.facebook.com/GuardInsectRepellent) on Facebook. Then,click the Facebook Share button at the beginning of this entry and tag us with this post:

"I, @Guard Insect Repellent, and @The 24-Hour Mommy say NO to dengue fever!"


Please be reminded to set your privacy setting to PUBLIC. Only 1 entry a day per reader.

For 1 extra raffle point:

Tweet about this give-away by clicking the Tweet This button at the beginning of this entry and adding @mauieflores at the end of your tweet.

Only 1 entry a day per reader.

This give-away is open to Philippine-based readers only as I will be shipping the Guard Insect Repellent gift packs. I will only be accepting entries until September 15, 2011 12 noon. The name of the winner will be posted in The 24-Hour Mommy Facebook page.

Guard Insect Repellent is available in Puregold Price Club, Robinson's Supermarkets, Rustan's Supermarkets, Shopwise, Waltermart, and leading drug stores nationwide. It is a product of Consumer Care Products, Incorporated. You can visit http://www.guardinsectrepellent.com for more information about the product.

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75 comments

  1. My 3 kids got struck with dengue fever last 2009.all my 3 kids! i never want it to happen to my kids again! all the dextrose, needles stuff i can't stand! i'm a medtech myself and yet i suffer whenever i see my kids undergo that kind of pain! but that incident taught me to be more protective of them. i learned that citronella plants are mosquito repellent inside the house. cleanliness really is next to godliness. prevention is really the best. i also learned that there are mosquito pellets which we can put also inside the house. for just a little amount , can save lives. Erica Yu-B// http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1408605907#!/profile.php?id=1408605907 retweeted, posted on fb :) thanks!!
     

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  2. Joining!

    Mai @ MaiThreeBoyz
    maithreeboyz@yahoo:disqus.com
    FB URL: https://www.facebook.com/mai.threeboyz/posts/127559107342563
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/mai3boys/status/109122977127342081

    My Anti-Dengue Fever Tips:

    -I apply anti-mosquito lotion to my boys. 
    -I give them their daily dose of Vitamin C
    -I make them wear light colored clothes.

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  3. To protect  your kids from dengue u must applied GUARD INSECT REPELLENT and your child will always protected from insect  bites that can cause fever/dengue.

    NAME:RUBY S. PAPIO

    EMAIL:ruskimby at yahoo.com 

    FB POST: https://www.facebook.com/rpapio/posts/154808391271861

    TWITTER:http://twitter.com/#!/RUSKIMBY/status/109138816299835392

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  4. Always use insect repellent when traveling, if not use those anti-mosquito patches. They really work! 

    Name: Christine Amador
    Email: amador dot christine at gmail dot comhttp://www.facebook.com/christine.amador/posts/282524411763349

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  5. 1. Use mosquito repellent that is safe and hypoallergenic in your child's skin.2. Use mosquito nets while sleepingif you do not already have them, install mosquito meshes on windows3.Air conditioning also helps keeps mosquitoes away.4. Let your child wear clothes that will not exposed their skin like long sleeved and pajamas.5. Always make sure that environment is clean and free from stagnant water.
    Ariane May Nalicat
    ladynice243(at)yahoo(dot)com

    links:
    Facebook:http://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=134779486617521&id=542444138

    twitter:
    http://twitter.com/#!/itsmearianemay/status/109145933123567617

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  6. I always apply insect repellent lotion or spray to my son's skin after bathing to make sure that he'll be safe & protected and won't be bothered by mosquitoes even during and after playtime. Guard insect repellent really guards my son against dengue-carrying mosquitoes.
     
    Michelle Ame
    michelle_ej08[at]yahoo[dot]com

    https://www.facebook.com/michelle.ame/posts/207752045951282

    http://twitter.com/#!/michelleame/status/109117789666680832

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  7. * Wear protective clothing like long pants and long-sleeved shirts.
    * Close the windows at dawn and dusk (active mosquito times) to prevent mosquitoes from entering your house.
    * Apply insect repellent on your exposed skin to prevent mosquito bites.
    *
    Remove stagnant water from places where mosquitoes can breed--- like
    coolers, old tires, pools, rain barrels, buckets, plastic covers or any
    other container.
    * Take prompt medical advice once fever starts.

    FB post: https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=241011359270194&id=100002771371658
    Twitter post: https://twitter.com/#!/mhoie1325/status/109202805251776512

    Elinor Semira
    elinorsemira0124[at]gmail[dot]com

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  8. For mummies with babies aged newborn to 3 month, keep them inside mosquito covered nets even during daytime. By age 3 to 6 months old, a generous slathering of citronella in virgin coconut oil works wonders. I've done that to my daughter because she could not stay put in her mosquito repellent net and she did not have any allergic reaction towards it. When my daughter learned to walk by 7 months, I could not put on citronella every 3 hours so I used Guard (Icaridin) instead which I apply every 6 hours. It not only repels mosquitoes - even fleas, flies and other bugs hate it. 

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  9. Get protect your kids from dengue use Guard Insect Repellant

    Name: Julianne Yuki
    Facebook Post: https://www.facebook.com/#!/permalink.php?story_fbid=263091603718845&id=538252957

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  10. stacy lyn liong
    crumpyliciousblog@gmail:disqus .com
    https://www.facebook.com/crumpyliciousblogger/posts/231393966911547

    Wear thick socks and use Guard insect repellent lotion

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  11. Since my son has asthma and it is said that it is Dengue is more fatal to them, I am very cautious and on-guard 24/7.  During school time, I let him wear long pants and apply Guard Insect Repellent lotion.  After school, he wears his pajamas and changes his shirt once he sweats because it is said that mosquitoes are very much attracted to the smell of sweat.  Every 4 hours, I re-apply the lotion all over his body.  He never goes out without protection.  Cleaning our house and room everyday is also a must.  1 hour before sleep time, I spray mosquito insecticide just to make sure that there are no mosquito roaming around the area.

    Rosette Omana
    vincseth02500(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  12. It had been on the news always regarding the continuous spread of dengue. As a mother I am of course would like my son to be protected from this dangerous mosquito bites. Therefore I make sure there are no stagnant water within our home's vicinity that might be breeding ground for mosquitoes; I always let him wear pajamas and long sleeve shirt especially when we are going out; the screen doors and windows I make sure are always lock; I gave him daily vitamin supplements at least for health protection.

    Name: Gigi Beleno
    e-mail: mommy.giay(at)yahoo(dot)com
    FB shared: http://www.facebook.com/mommiegiay/posts/145303162227150
    RT: http://twitter.com/#!/mommygiay/status/109267716115927040

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  13. keep your children fit and healthy. keep them clean and always put insect repellent lotion. keep your surrounding clean and informed them to always take care of themselves.

    name: RICALYN SICAD
    email: ricalynsicad(at)yahoo(dot)com
    fb links: http://www.facebook.com/ricalynsicad/posts/204191379644256
    twitter links: http://twitter.com/#!/rsicad/status/109416281576443904

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  14. FB post: http://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=128148320616538&id=100002771371658Twitter post: https://twitter.com/#!/mhoie1325/status/109546552435019776Elinor Semiraelinorsemira0124[at]gmail[dot]com

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  15. I always make sure that i have insect repellant lotion. I am so afraid that my kids will suffer again the dengue fever especially now, it's rainy season. I always check our backyard and make sure there will be no stagnant waters to avoid mosquitos breed. And spray mosquito insecticide in every room. 

    Fb post: http://www.facebook.com/phinkyzle/posts/273346082678226

    tweeted: http://twitter.com/#!/iamLeizle4ever/status/109581802871586816

    Leizle Demaisip
    leizledemaisip@yahoo.com

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  16. Thanks for joining, Erica.  May I have the URL to your tweet because it doesn't appear in my timeline.

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  17. -Use mosquito repellents.-Discard all unwanted items getting gathered around    the living area to avoid the breeding of mosquitoes.-Keep the water stores clean and closed.-keep yourself well covered when outside.-Take prompt medical advice once fever starts.

    Helen Ramos
    swtlen79_dok77(at)yahoo(dot)com(dot)ph

    Facebook Link:
    http://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=208905709168652&id=100000121944617
    Twitter Link:
    http://twitter.com/#!/swtlen79_dok77/status/109603825798758400

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  18. Protect your child from mosquito bites have a handy dandy Guard insect repellent...
    Julianne Yuki

    jaja@yahoo uki@yahoo.com

    FB post: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1300061267#!/permalink.php?story_fbid=227458383969202&id=538252957

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  19. Hi, Stacy.  Kindly click the FB share button at the beginning of the post to also share this blog entry in your FB wall. Thanks!

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  20. Hi, Elinor.  Please add an anti-dengue tip so I can validate your entry.  Thanks!

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  21. Anti-dengue fever tip/s:
    1. keep the surrounding clean at all times
    2. keep the children healthy by giving vitamins + food rich in nutrients to boost their immune system
    3. a deet-free mosquito repellant always comes handy

    name: jared's mum
    email: vixenp33atgmaildotcom
    tweet: http://twitter.com/#!/vixquips/status/109665003598118913
    FB post:http://www.facebook.com/vix.parungao/posts/108885562551013

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  22. done https://www.facebook.com/crumpyliciousblogger/posts/185603841511934

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  23. FB post: https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=281037045245695&id=100002771371658
    Twitter post: https://twitter.com/#!/mhoie1325/status/109809602941562881

    Elinor Semira
    elinorsemira0124[at]gmail[dot]com

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  24. Hi! I'm joining! :)

    FB post: http://www.facebook.com/magz.dc/posts/243589945676554

    Twitter post: http://twitter.com/#!/magz_dc/status/109835856386326529

    My anti-dengue fever tips:

    As a working Mom and a Nurse too, I always make it a point to protect my kids. Even in the time of non-dengue fever craze I make sure that they are mosquito bite free all the time specially when they head to school everyday. Mild and hypoallergenic anti mosquito repellent always work. At home, I always remind people at home to check on stagnant water in the garden and in the laundry area, this eliminates the spread of egg laying mosquito. I also do mosquito spray in the afternoon before the kids arrive from school, the water based type mosquito spray. 

    Agnes Dela Cruz
    magnet972@yahoo(dot)com

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  25. my 2nd post:
    FB URL: https://www.facebook.com/phinkyzle/posts/212657745456029

    Twitter URL: http://twitter.com/#!/iamLeizle4ever/status/109859859461177344

    Leizle Demaisip
    leizledemaisip@yahoo.com

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  26. When my daughter is in school I see to it that she has a mosquito repellant in her skin and I also buy a sleeve net and I'll put that on to her arms to avoid mosquito's bite.I also put a knee socks to her so that even if I'm not with her at school I'm sure that she's safe from dengue.

    Name: Crystal Lagman

    email: crystalcruz1986 @yahoo.com
     
    post:https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=243678562342656&id=100000162410368

    twitter username: @crystahal

    twitter post:http://twitter.com/#!/crystahal/status/109925883170664448

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  27. One of the simplest way to prevent dengue fever is to keep bottles or cans that can store water outside the houses or any materials where water can dump up which are suitable for mosquitoes' breeding niche. In that way, reproduction of mosquitoes carrying dengue viruses could be lessen or even stopped as so with the dengue outbreak.Gagay Dinampogagay[at]gagaymd[dot]comtweet: http://twitter.com/#!/ImButGagay/status/110234240993603584FB: https://www.facebook.com/gagayguardario/posts/259511197404245

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  28. We always wear long pants or pajama and use insect repellent lotions

    email: nina_morfe(at)yahoo(dot)com
    facebook: Nina Morfe
    twitter: @nina_morfe 
    tweeted: http://twitter.com/#!/nina_morfe/status/110280823583932416
    facebook share: http://www.facebook.com/nina.morfe/posts/266522530032317

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  29. FB post: https://www.facebook.com/#!/permalink.php?story_fbid=274300632597591&id=100002771371658
    Twitter post: https://twitter.com/#!/mhoie1325/status/110308588953673728

    Elinor Semira
    elinorsemira0124[at]gmail[dot]com

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  30. MARY SUZETTE MARTIZANO
    http://twitter.com/#!/setmartizano >>twitter
    FB:          suzette martizano
    EMAIL:    zettegayao@yahoo.comalways use lotion especially GUARD INSECT REPELLENT cause DEET is better than PICADIRIN.

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  31. I see to it that everyday I scrub flower vases and change the water inside them. I wash the roots of flowers and plants thoroughly as mosquito eggs can stick to them easily.

    Name: Mei Santiago
    email: meisantiago29@gmail.com

    FB Post: https://www.facebook.com/nikomei/posts/161231050624971

    Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/Rinoabrood/status/110338214857949185

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  32. Anti dengue tips: 

    1. First, I use mosquito repellents.
    2. Discard all unwanted items getting gathered around the living area to avoid the breeding of mosquitoes.
    3. Keep the water stores clean and closed.
    4. Keep yourself well covered when outside.
    5. Take prompt medical advice once fever starts.
    FB Post:
    https://www.facebook.com/fmfallar/posts/196987387033145

    Tweeted: http://twitter.com/#!/fmfallar/status/110541985206632448

    Filomena Villanueva
    fmfallar(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  33. It seems that your FB post is not set to public so it doesn't appear in our FB page. You only have 1 extra point so far.

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  34. Hi, Nina.  Your post and tweet are not set to public.  I can't validate them.

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  35. Hi, Suzette.  I can't validate your tweet because it's set to private and I can't see it in my timeline. You have 1 entry so far.

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  36. FB post: https://www.facebook.com/#!/permalink.php?story_fbid=244769058898347&id=100002771371658
    Twitter post: https://twitter.com/#!/mhoie1325/status/110591411547684864

    Elinor Semira
    elinorsemira0124[at]gmail[dot]com

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  37. ALways wear Long sleeved Shirt, pants and Put Lotion insect repellent. Clean your sorroundings.



    Name: Rhozallino RamonesEmail: senomarj@gmai.com

    FB URL: http://www.facebook.com/jayramones/posts/110905239015867
    Twitter URL: http://twitter.com/#!/jayramones/status/110873725590716416

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  38. FB post: https://www.facebook.com/#!/permalink.php?story_fbid=266841870002325&id=100002771371658
    Twitter post: https://twitter.com/#!/mhoie1325/status/110932693239349250

    Elinor Semira
    elinorsemira0124[at]gmail[dot]com

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  39. Always use GUARD INSECT REPELLENT to keep off those dengue carrying insects 24/7.

    Allan Reyes
    allanoreyes@gmail.com

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  40.  Never go on a get away without an anti mosquito lotion. You'd find that it's not easy to look for one when you're already in an island or climbing a mountain.

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  41. FB post: https://www.facebook.com/#!/permalink.php?story_fbid=205951472802749&id=100002771371658
    Twitter post: https://twitter.com/#!/mhoie1325/status/111357357199593472

    Elinor Semira
    elinorsemira0124[at]gmail[dot]com

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  42. Never leave stale water ever. wherever and whenever in the house and around the house.  Keep you stuff clean at all times to prevent mosquitoes from nesting

    Stonibert Lim
    abetstonehotmail .com

    FB post - https://www.facebook.com/stonibert/posts/215927525126979

    Twitter post - https://twitter.com/#!/abetstone

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  43. Excellany Torrefiel
    torrefielexcellany@yahoo .com.ph

    using Guard insect repelllent lotion is good. But dont forget to clean your sorroundings is the most important too.

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  44. Excellany Torrefiel
    torrefielexcellany@yahoo .com.ph

    Using guard insect repellent is good and don't forget to clean your surroundings is the best thing to do. 

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  45. FB post: https://www.facebook.com/#!/permalink.php?story_fbid=102264509881747&id=100002771371658
    Twitter post: https://twitter.com/#!/mhoie1325/status/111745754770579456

    Elinor Semira
    elinorsemira0124[at]gmail[dot]com

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  46. Sorry, I can't validate your FB post and tweet because both are set in private.

    ReplyDelete
  47. Rachel Anne Del RosarioSeptember 10, 2011 at 1:23 AM

    Always wear long sleeves and pants  and avoid wearing dark colors such as black it can attract mosquitoes.
    Always put insect repellant lotion and avoid going to places where mosquitoes lay their eggs.
    Above all always sure to clean your  surroundings. 

    Already liked the 24 hour mommy in facebook as Chel Legaspi Del Rosario

    FB post: https://www.facebook.com/rachelannelegaspidelrosario/posts/247123448663297

    Twitter post: https://twitter.com/#!/bercheroja/status/112213824005881856

    Rachel Anne Del Rosario
    rachelannedelrosario10(at)gmail(dot)com

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  48. My 3rd post:
    FB Post: http://www.facebook.com/phinkyzle/posts/234345293282788

    Twitter post: http://twitter.com/#!/iamLeizle4ever/status/112335157721182208

    Leizle Demaisip
    leizledemaisip@yahoo.com

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  49. Facebook post:
    https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=211392658922514&id=100001622791791

    Twitter post:
    https://twitter.com/#!/bhebhe_lacson/status/112336795487830016

    Aileen Acot
    bhebhe_lacson@yahoo.com

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  50. 10th post:

    FB post: http://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=137109579718699&id=100002771371658
    Twitter post: https://twitter.com/#!/mhoie1325/status/112388784263401472

    Elinor Semira
    elinorsemira0124[at]gmail[dot]com

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  51. I have two active kids who loves to play outside, thats why i always clean around inside and outside of the house. I always have insect repellent for them, i apply it before they go out to play. 

    FB post: https://www.facebook.com/cristina.sunga/posts/247475271956259
    twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/cristinavs0802/status/112518415608053760

    Cristina Sunga
    cristina_sunga(at)ymail(dot)com

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  52. 11th post:

    FB post: https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=173048759437948&id=100002771371658
    Twitter post: https://twitter.com/#!/mhoie1325/status/112749312257163264

    Elinor Semira
    elinorsemira0124[at]gmail[dot]com

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  53. Let us always abide on the cleanliness rules,,,as a saying goes- cleanliness is next to Godliness.  We are now over populated here in the Philippines but a disciplined nation can beat dengue.

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  54. Name: Edna Edosur-Reyes
    Email: msednareyes[at]gmail[dot]com
    Blogged about anti-dengue tips at my blog:
    http://parentexplorer.blogspot.com/2011/08/fight-dengue-do-4-oclock-habit.html

    Let's all fight dengue mommies! :)

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  55. Corrine Emata
    corrine_75oracle[at]yahoo[dot]com
    fb=https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=168527316561559&id=656081848

    http://twitter.com/#!/nemsis75/status/112991206459441152

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  56. Keep the surroundings clean and always put insect repellant. Give them healthy snacks or food so they have enough energy and dont allow them to play outside everyday especially if the place is dirty and have mosquitos.

    Ricalyn Sicad
    ricalynsicad(at)yahoo(dot)com
    fb link: http://www.facebook.com/ricalynsicad/posts/214946488565297
    twitter link: http://twitter.com/#!/rsicad/status/113044786751094784

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  57. 12th post:

    FB post: http://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=168310333249117&id=100002771371658
    Twitter post: https://twitter.com/#!/mhoie1325/status/113102218466557952

    Elinor Semira
    elinorsemira0124[at]gmail[dot]com

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  58. Hi, Aileen! Hope you he an anti-dengue tip to share so I can validate your entries. :)

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  59. Are you joining the give away, Mommy Edna? I hope you can post your tip here. :)

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  60. I place Citronella plant around the garden. and I always dress my baby with pajama.

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  61. mommies like me are very aware in mosquito that may cause dengue...and we always want to protect our baby's and children's in this case.
    a simple tip for a caring mom like me is to clean our surroundings specially the place where our kids are always there.apply a insect repellent assurance of our kids cleanliness is also important.
    FB POST:https://www.facebook.com/marjory.ilao/posts/196384510427466
    TWITTER POST: http://twitter.com/#!/pinkcodes

    Marjory ILao
    honie_252004@yahoo.com
     

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  62. I always make sure that our house & surroundings are clean and free from stagnant water where mosquitoes could breed. I also spray insecticide around every week. I also protect my childrens skin by applying insect repellants when they go out and play and also at school. 

    Clyde A. Gabriel

    clyde_gabriel@yahoo.com

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  63. apply anti mosquito and always keep your house and things clean and eat a lot of fruits and vegetables.
    fb link:http://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=211019725625148&id=100002792540725
    twitter link: http://twitter.com/#!/ricardosicadjr/status/113265480495669248
    name: Ricardo Sicad
    email: ricardosicadjr(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  64. Kristine BuenaventuraSeptember 13, 2011 at 4:25 AM

    * Kristine Buenaventura
        * kirsten_avery21yahoo .com
        * twitter post : http://twitter.com/#!/kirsten_avery21/status/113343309476413441
        

        * safety tips: Use Guard insect repellents.
        * discard all unwanted items to avoid the breeding of mosquitoes.
        * Keep the water bins clean and closed.
        * Wear long sleeves as much as possible
        * Go to the doctor if high fever starts

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  65. 13th post:

    FB post: https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=155514864536211&id=100002771371658
    Twitter post: https://twitter.com/#!/mhoie1325/status/113438315683917825

    Elinor Semira
    elinorsemira0124[at]gmail[dot]com

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  66. i always dressed my todd pajamas and i placed a citronella plant on the garden.

    Sept 12:
    https://www.facebook.com/pruneskie/posts/286916651322886

    http://twitter.com/#!/laocee/status/113188248238559232

    Sept 13:
    https://www.facebook.com/pruneskie/posts/271110416246224

    http://twitter.com/#!/laocee/status/113446563963088897

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  67. We all know that dengue carrying mosquitoes strike in the afternoon onwards, all-year round.That's why just like what I do, please let your child/children wear pajamas even in the afternoon. And if necessary, also let them wear long sleeved clothes, but if it's not possible, lather a small amount of insect repellents on thier skin (if the repellents can be used topically).
    Let's feed our children with fruits and vegetables reach in iron so their body can produce enough red blood cells to fight off dengue.
    Vitamin C should especially be in the list when taking care of our children. Let's also give them fruits and vegetables rich with this vitamin everyday.

    Ma. Bernice Aletha Redondiez
    mcc0y08@yahoo.com

    FB wall post: http://www.facebook.com/aleta.tan/posts/160501937368501

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  68. My dengue tip for parents? Keep your home clean and insect free. Apply insect repellent on your kids to keep mosquitoes away. Monitor your child's wellness. Nothing should be left to chance.

    Liked The 24-Hour Mommy in FB & Guard Insect Repellent.
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    http://www.facebook.com/agnes.neriaespino/posts/138416732921391
    Tweeted: 
    http://twitter.com/#!/agnesespino/status/113634923281260545
    and
    http://twitter.com/#!/agnesespino/status/113636119962333184

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  69. 14th post:

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    Elinor Semira
    elinorsemira0124[at]gmail[dot]com

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  70. Rachelannedelrosario10September 15, 2011 at 6:41 AM

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    Rachel Anne Del Rosariorachelannedelrosario10(at)gmail(dot)com

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  71. 15th post:

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    Elinor Semira
    elinorsemira0124[at]gmail[dot]com

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  72. Sorry, this is already beyond the 12NN cut-off. :( Di bale, you have 29 entries naman. :D

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  73. Random.org results are now posted in the Facebook fan page. Thanks to everyone for joining! 

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