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Do You Have Bed Bug Eggs in Your Hair?

You may feel as though you have bed bug eggs in your hair, but it's highly unlikely that you do. Although, bed bugs feed on us, they actually prefer a cooler environment than our body to live and lay their eggs. But that doesn't mean that they won't bite your scalp, neck, face and... more
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Identifying bed bug infested areas

If you’ve got bedbugs, you want to find them early before they start to reproduce. It’s much easier—and cheaper—to treat a small infestation than a big one. Yet smaller infestations can be harder to detect. Search for bedbugs yourself, or hire a professional to do an inspection. Some... more
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More Bed Bug Facts

How do they spread? Bedbugs can move from one site to another by traveling on items such as clothing, luggage, furniture, boxes and bedding. Bedbugs can crawl about as fast as a ladybug, and can easily travel between floors and rooms in hotels or apartment complexes. Sign of... more
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Bed Bugs! The little invaders!

Bedbugs are small, reddish-brown parasitic insects that bite the exposed skin of sleeping humans and animals to feed on their blood. Although bedbugs aren't known to spread disease, they can cause other public health and economic issues. About the size of an apple seed, bedbugs hide in the... more
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Where Do Bed Bugs Hide?

Bedbug infestations usually occur around or near where people sleep. They hide in the cracks and crevices of: Mattresses Box springs Bed frame Headboards Objects or clutter near beds They can also be found: Under peeling paint and loose wallpaper Under carpeting near... more
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What is a bed bug?

Bed bugs likely get their name from their habit of taking refuge in beds and feeding on humans while they sleep. Bed bugs feed only on blood and must have regular blood meals to survive and develop. Humans are not bed bugs’ only targets, they also will attack many warm-blooded... more
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When Bedbugs Bite

Bedbugs are active mainly at night and usually bite people while they are sleeping. They feed by piercing the skin and withdrawing blood through an elongated beak. The bugs feed from three to 10 minutes to become engorged and then crawl away unnoticed. Most bedbug bites are painless at... more
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Sneaky critters called Bed Bugs

Ants are painful, cockroaches are unsanitary, but bedbugs are just plain gross. That's reason enough to want to rid your home of them. They were almost exterminated from North America years ago because of insecticides that we no longer use. But because of new insect treatments that don't... more
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Tuesday Bug Tips | Checking for bedbugs is worth it!

Whether you're searching your own home or a hotel room, head to the bed first. First check the sheets and blankets, then pull them away and check the mattress and box spring, suggests the American Academy of Dermatology. Look for tiny specks of blood that look like dark, rust-colored spots.... more
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