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    Bed Bug Detection

    How do I know if I’ve got bed bugs? I see a bugIf possible, capture the insect. Take a piece of scotch tape and gentle place on top of the insect. Then place the scotch tape with insect onto a piece of paper. You can then put this in a envelope and give to your P...

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    Control and Eliminate Bed Bugs

    What is the impact of DDT and other Insecticides on bed bugs? By 1950’s bed bugs were a seldom heard of problem, due to strong pesticides such as DDT. However, resistance appeared within a few years but, control remained effective due to other chlorinated hydro...

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    Bed Bug Dos and Don'ts

    What To Do and What Not To Do About Bedbugs First you need to know what a bedbug looks like and how to recognize a bed bug infestation.To recognize a bed bug or a bed bug infestation, see Bed Bug Life Cycle and Bed Bug Infestation in the Bed Bug...

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    International Bed Bugs

    New York. London. Toronto. Los Angeles. Top business cities? Hot vacation spots? Definitely – but they are also the sites of recent, major bed bug infestations. Experts state that there is currently an explosion of bedbug populations that defies explanation, and...

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    Tips to Avoid Bed Bug

    With the rapid rise in bed bug infestations, bed time is now fraught with anxious thoughts. People even suffer sleep-loss and anxiety long after the bed bug infestation has been dealt with. In 2012, a good night's rest can no longer be taken for granted! Things y...

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    2010 - The Year of the Bed Bug

    Fall is upon us and the New Year is around the corner. Our children are going back to school. We will soon be enjoying some of our favorite holidays. Thanksgiving, Christmas, Kwanza and Hanukkah are all times of year we enjoy spending with family and friends, inviting o...

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    Bed Bug Phobia? You’re Not Alone!

    Have you ever gotten that itchy feeling that you may not be alone in your bed? That there may be not one or two, but hundreds of bed bugs waiting anxiously to suck your blood! It sounds like a horror movie, with bed bugs bites leaving you red, swollen and horribly itchy...

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    Bed Bugs and Their Habits

    What are bed bugs? Scientific naming and distribution Scientific name: Cimex lectularius Common name: Bed bug Family: Cimicidae Order: Hemiptera (true bugs) U.S. Distribution: all states World Distribution: All temperate areas   What do bed bugs lo...

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    About Bed Bug Encasement

    Why would I want to consider purchasing/using bedding encasements? Preventative Measure - You do not have bed bugs now  Encasements are proving to be a valuable preventative tool in dwellings that have not experienced a problem. Encasements restrict th...

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    Pennsylvania has Bed Bugs

    It was probably inevitable that bed bugs would begin to infiltrate other areas besides New York and New Jersey. And, after several years of being at the epicenter of the battle against these blood sucking creatures, it appears New York is no longer alone...

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