Dengue, commonly called break bone fever, is an infectious disease with symptoms of severe pain in joints, skin rash, headaches and fever. If the disease develops into dengue shock syndrome or dengue hemorrhagic fever, the condition could prove fatal to the patient. While most of the infectious diseases have been controlled, dengue is on rise since 1960’s. Dengue fever is transmitted by the species of mosquito Aedes, who often feed during early morning hours or early in the evening. Given that the vaccine for the terrible malady has not been developed yet, the best option left is to avoid it with right measures. Here is the list of 6 effective tips to avoid Dengue fever infection through mosquito bites.