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Benefits of insect repellents can outweigh risks, doctor says

6:07 PM, Jun. 14, 2013
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When Eric Miron visits Appleton's Pierce Park with his 7-year-old daughter, he generally forgoes the insect repellent.

He's not concerned about the chemical ingredients in the bug spray - he just doesn't see a need for it. If his family travels to a place where mosquitoes are abundant, he doesn't hesitate to apply insect repellent on his daughter and 17-year-old stepson to protect them from the disease-carrying creatures.

"Usually a can lasts us four or five years," Miron said. "If we know we're going somewhere, (we use it) maybe five or six times a summer." ...

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