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The Briefest History of Bed Bugs You'll Ever Read

Contrary to popular belief, bed bugs don’t spontaneously generate from dust and lint (that theory was disproved by Louis Pasteur in the 1800s). Bed bugs have been around humans for millennia. 292 more words

Bed Bugs

Tips for Beating the Bugs this Summer

When the warmer months arrive we all ease off the Netflix and crawl out from hibernation. Unfortunately our bug buddies think they’re invited to come out and celebrate the sun too. 411 more words

Apartment Tips

Kids, Summer Camp, and Bed Bugs - How to Avoid Bringing Them Home (the bed bugs, that is!)

It’s that time of year again!

Your kids are out of school and soon to be off to summer camp.

Don’t welcome home more than your kids when they return! 561 more words

Information About Bed Bugs

Bed bugs found at Portsmouth fire station

PORTSMOUTH, Va. (WAVY) – They are used to battling fires, but some Portsmouth firefighters are battling something else, bed bugs.

Deputy Fire Chief Jim Hoffler told 10 On Your Side command staff learned of the bugs Sunday. 433 more words

Local News

10 Things to Do If Your Suspect a Bed Bug Infestation: At Home or Away

The numbers of bed bug infestations are on the increase with the number of reported instances up by a massive 5000%

Bed bugs are popping up in a multitude of places – homes, businesses, hospitals, care centers, even on buses and airplanes! 722 more words

Information About Bed Bugs

Three things to check before buying property

Suppose you have decided to buy a shiny new car. Would you simply go to the showroom and purchase it? I am sure you will do your research, go through reviews, understand the features and specifications, take a test drive and finally if you are convinced that it is your money’s worth, you will make the purchase decision. 155 more words

Pest Control

Good night, sleep tight, and don’t let the bed bugs bite!

By Cassandra Harris

Causing property damage, skin irritation, and increased expenses, bed bugs are a nuisance worldwide. The good news is that these creepy crawlers are not considered carriers of disease and are, therefore, not a public health threat!  225 more words

Prevention