Archive for 'Bed Bugs'
Bedbug Questions and Answers
What do bedbugs look like? They are brown, about a quarter of an inch in diameter, and look like an apple seed or a lentil. Has there really been a resurgence in bedbugs in the U.S. and how do you know? There HAS been an increase in bedbug infestations. Pest control companies who received 1 […]Read More
TIPS FOR STAYING BED BUG FREE THIS TRAVEL SEASON
TIPS FOR STAYING BED BUG FREE THIS TRAVEL SEASON Bug Busters USA encourages public awareness during Bed Bug Awareness Week Since making a resurgence several years ago, bed bugs have proven to be a difficult and hard to treat pest, infesting homes and hotels, retail locations and even places of employment. Although a year-round concern, […]Read More
UGA news: Along with head lice, we may now have to worry about bed bugs in schools
UGA news: Along with head lice, we may now have to worry about bed bugs in schools Maureen Downey With four children, I have received my share of notes home from schools over the years advising me that children in the class have pin worms or head lice and that I should be on the […]Read More
Beware: bed bugs extermination scams
Woman Argues She ‘Moved into an Infestation’
ABCNews4.com (Charleston, SC): Woman Argues She ‘Moved into an Infestation’ CHARLESTON, S.C. – Tenants at a West Ashley apartment complex say there is a bed bug problem, and they have the bugs and bites to prove it. They asked for their identities to not be shared. “I cannot sleep like I used to right now. […]Read More
Bedbugs in The News
Bedbugs are in the news again. Check out this article below from the Charlotte Observer. County vs. hotel, bed bugs Health department wants to close hotel for infestation, but loophole won’t allow it. By Fred Clasen-Kelly firstname.lastname@example.org Posted: Saturday, Nov. 12, 2011 Bedbug infestations have resurfaced in recent years. They don’t spread disease but cause […]Read More
Bed Bugs Biting Back!
Bed Bugs Biting Back! BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (Ivanhoe Newswire) — You may not be going to bed alone. After years of winning the war against bed bugs, they’re back! Not only have they returned, but they’re stronger and insecticide resistant. New research from a team at Virginia Tech has discovered some of the genetic mechanisms for […]Read More