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Pests and Allergies

July 28th, 2017

Bug Busters USA recommends the following tips for safeguarding homes against pests that cause asthma and allergies: Keep food sealed and stored properly, and clean kitchen floors and counters daily. Dispose of garbage regularly and store in sealed containers. Seal cracks and holes in homes, including entry points for utilities and pipes and in screen […]

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Does Plant Pollination Occur By Chance? Or Is It Insect-Instinct?

July 27th, 2017

Does Plant Pollination Occur By Chance? Or Is It Insect-Instinct? We all know that bees are popular for pollinating plants, but bees are far from being the only animals to pollinate. In fact, some pollinating animals are not even insects. For example, some types of birds and bats are known to pollinate certain types of […]

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The Truth About Chiggers

July 21st, 2017

The Truth About Chiggers There are very few entomologists in the world, so it is understandable that some bugs get confused with others. But sometimes these common misunderstandings can lead to dangerous situations. For example, a dangerous bug’s name could sound like a harmless bug’s name when being pronounced. One example would be the harmless […]

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What kind of a web is that?

July 20th, 2017

What kind of a web is that? I’ve seen random debris get stuck in a spider’s web before. I mean it’s bound to happen at some point, right? Usually, however, I believe these stray pieces of stuff get caught in webs by accident. It’s not like a spider would actually go out and pick up […]

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Zika-Free Bermuda Becomes Hottest Vacation Destination for Pregnant Women

July 19th, 2017

Zika-Free Bermuda Becomes Hottest Vacation Destination for Pregnant Women The Zika virus may not be conquering the world quite as strongly as it did last summer, but it is still a major concern for women, especially pregnant or soon-to-become-pregnant women. Zika has invaded some of the hottest places people used flock to for a sun-filled, […]

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Pest Profile: German Cockroach

July 18th, 2017

The German cockroach is the most common species of the cockroach. German cockroaches can breed at a rate of up to six generations per year. The German cockroach can fit through an opening as small as 3/8 inch in width. Pest Stats  Color Light brown to tan, with two dark, almost parallel stripes located on […]

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Bed Bug Signs!

July 14th, 2017

Some common signs of bed bugs include: Pepper-like stains on fabric-covered items Molted bed bug skins The bugs themselves in various life stages White eggs and empty egg casings All travelers should thoroughly inspect the room for the presence of these bed bug indicators upon arriving at their intended destination. This includes pulling back the […]

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More Insect-Based Foods Are Reaching Grocery Store Shelves

July 13th, 2017

It is difficult to surf the Internet these days without encountering an article that touts the benefits of edible insects. It is quickly becoming common knowledge that insects have been regarded as food by many cultures around the world. Many countries, especially Asian countries, embrace many different types of insects as legitimate sources of nutrition. […]

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