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  1. Insect Repellent DEET (Environmental Protection Agency)  
    ... to DEET DEET Registration Information Safety Review of DEET 1998 Review After completing a comprehensive re-assessment ... Decision for DEET in late 2014. Benefits of DEET Products DEET's most significant benefit is its ability ...
  2. DEET (N,N-ethyl-m-toluamide) and Pregnancy (Organization of Teratology Information Specialists) - PDF  
    ... or visit us online at: www.OTISpregnancy.org . DEET (N,N-ethyl-m-toluamide) and Pregnancy In ... advice from your health care professional. What is DEET? DEET (N,N-ethyl-m-toluamide or m- ...
  3. DEET, Showers, and Tick Checks Can Stop Ticks (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)  
    ... Stop Ticks Language: English Español (Spanish) Share Compartir DEET, Showers, and Tick Checks Can Stop Ticks Reduce ... protective through several washings. Use a repellent with DEET on skin. Repellents containing 20% or more DEET ( ...
  4. ... may actually be attracted to your yard.) About DEET DEET is a chemical used in insect repellents. The amount of DEET in insect repellents varies from product to product, ...
  5. West Nile Virus Infection and Pregnancy (Organization of Teratology Information Specialists) - PDF  
    ... during pregnancy. I’m breastfeeding. Can I use DEET or picaridin? Breastfeeding mothers must also protect themselves from mosquito bites by using DEET or picaridin. No reports or problems associated with ...
  6. Most bug repellents contain DEET (N,N-diethyl-m-toluamide) as their active ingredient. DEET is one of the few insect repellents that work. It ...
  7. ... active ingredients typically provide reasonably long-lasting protection: DEET (chemical name: N, N -diethyl- m -toluamide or N, N -diethyl-3-methyl-benzamide). Products containing DEET include, but are not limited to, Off!, Cutter, ...
  8. Travelers' Health: Traveling Safely with Infants and Children (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)  
    ... recommended repellents that can be applied to skin (DEET [N,N-diethyl-m-toluamide], picaridin, oil of ... Environmental Protection Agency, according to the product labels: DEET, picaridin, OLE or PMD, and IR3535. Most repellents ...
  9. Breastfeeding Following a Natural Disaster (Organization of Teratology Information Specialists) - PDF  
    ... most common active ingredient in insect repellant is DEET. It is not known whether the DEET you put on your skin passes into breast milk. However, only about 6-8% of the DEET put on your skin gets into your body. ...
  10. Summer Safety Tips - Staying Safe Outdoors (American Academy of Pediatrics)  
    ... should not be reapplied. Use insect repellents containing DEET when needed to prevent insect-related diseases. Ticks ... of age is to use​ 10% to 30% DEET. DEET should not be used on children younger ...
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