aedes-aegypti-mosquitoIn an alarming development, an aggressive mosquito capable of transmitting the deadly dengue hemorrhagic fever and other serious diseases was reportedly found in San Diego, California, for the first time this week.  Many of the viruses the mosquito can spread are endemic to Central America and Mexico. Known as yellow fever mosquitoes, or by its scientific name the Aedes aegypti, the insects were found in offices at San Diego’s 32nd Street Naval Station, the Los Angeles Times reported. The same kind of mosquitoes were found Oct. 7 and Oct. 8 in the Los Angeles-area counties of Commerce and Pico Rivera. WND reported just this week that an Obama administration plan to facilitate the immigration of up to 100,000 Haitians to the U.S. without a visa is fraught with medical risks, particularly the spread of diseases endemic to Haiti, including viruses transmitted by the mosquito. More