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Mosquitoes are not repelled by vitamins and other oral supplements you might take

By Matan Shelomi, Associate Professor of Entomology, National Taiwan University
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A medical myth persists that the B vitamin thiamine is a systemic insect repellent that wards off mosquitoes when taken orally. But scientists have disproven this mistaken belief again and again.The Conversation


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