Blog

Why Bed Bugs Are Hard To Kill

Bed bugs are developing resistance to two common insecticides, according to a new study in the Journal of Economic Entomology. Experts warn that many infestations can no longer be defeated with chemicals alone. The common bed bug, Cimex lectularius, has…

Assisted Living Facility Is Fined $15,000 After Bed Bug Plague

Midtown Manor, a 105-bed assisted living facility near downtown Hollywood, has been fined $15,000 after battling a severe bed bug plague. A pest control company found 4,000 bed bugs in 20 rooms on May 2016, state records show. The problem…

Bedbug Insurance Claims Are Booming

Bedbugs in hotel rooms and aggressive peacocks are some of the creatures behind an uptick in animal-related insurance claims filed by U.S. businesses, according to a study published on Thursday by insurer Allianz SE (AZSEY, -1.03%). U.S. claims involving bedbugs…

Bed Bugs In Your Newspaper!

Bed Bugs are traveling by Newspaper! AUSTIN, Ind. (WDRB) – Some residents in Scott County, Indiana, say when they open up their copy of “The Giveaway,” they’re getting more than just the top headlines. For the past couple months, Austin resident…

Super Climbing Bed Bugs From Asia

Super Climbing Bed Bugs might make their way into and up your hotel!   Cimex lectularius, better known as the common bed bug, is weird. It can inherit mitochondrial DNA from both its mother AND its father (most animals inherit…

Seniors Embarrassed After Bed Bug Bites

The chemicals didn’t stop bed bugs and now seniors are embarrassed to speak up to management When bed bugs recently invaded apartments at Arthur D. Sartini Plaza, some residents of the Las Vegas public housing project for the elderly remained…

Worldwide Bed Bug Problem

Bed bugs are out there, and they hunger for your blood. A worldwide problem, bedbugs are resurging, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and while the creatures don’t transmit disease, they can be a genuine nuisance…

Bed Bugs Are Mobilizing On Trains

Bed Bugs Are Mobilizing On Trains   If you use public transportation in Chicago, you might want to avoid the Red Line for a while. A Chicago transit rider named Michael Moore (no, not that one) recently spotted “hundreds and…

Losing The War On Bed Bugs

In the ongoing battle between bedbugs and the humans whose blood they suck, it seems the bugs may be winning — at least in some parts of the country. New research conducted on bed bugs from homes in Cincinnati, Ohio,…

Bed Bugs Ruined A Super Bowl Trip

HOUSTON – Niki Moore has bug bites and big welts all over her body, unwanted souvenirs from her trip to Houston for Super Bowl 51. “We were having an amazing time in Houston, up until Saturday,” Moore said. Moore and…

Shopping Cart

No products in the cart.