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Report Identifies Worst U.S. Cities for Bedbugs

Scientists Discover Technique To Lure And Trap Bedbugs

State Pesticide Regulators Concerned About DfE Recognition

Scientists Warn That Bedbugs May Spread Disease

Creating Awareness of Rodents During the Winter Months

Survey: Tolerance For Pests Drops As Expectations Of Facility Execs Raise

School Plagued By Bed Bugs

EPA Updates Storage Labeling Guide for Pesticides

Tips To Keeping Colleges Bed Bug Free

Pests Plague Hospital And Cleaning Crews Respond

Bedbugs Invade Hospitals At Rapid Pace

A Folk Remedy That Reportedly Stops Bedbugs

EPA Extends the OPP/DfE Antimicrobial Pesticide Pilot Project

Bed Bugs Are Resisting Insecticides

Bed Bugs: Most Infested Cities Named

Quick Tips to Avoid a Bed Bug Infestation

Mosquitoes Pose Risk to Businesses Despite Dry Weather Conditions

Keeping Bed Bugs Out Of College Campuses

Law Requires New Methods To Deter Pests

CDC Finds New Flu Virus In Bats

Bird-B-Gone Celebrates 20 Years

Bed Bug Activity Is 70 percent Commercial vs. 30 percent Residential

Bed Bug Infestations Continue To Plague Cities

EPA Steps In to Stop Sale of Illegal Pesticides

Bird-B-Gone Launches New Website

EPA Launches Bed Bug Information Clearinghouse

Proposed Bill Restricts Pesticide Use In Schools

Unseasonable Temps Might Lead To Bed Bugs

Can Bed Bugs Transmit Infections Such As MRSA?

Bed Bugs Pose Problems In Portland

Bird-B-Gone Ornithologist Gives Advice on Urban Bird Control

Disinfection Technique Could Revolutionize Hospital And Bed Bug Cleaning

Protect-A-Bed Opens Chicago Office, Warehouse Facility

Bed Bug Study Explains Resurgence

Using Pesticides to Kill Bedbugs Becoming a Growing Problem




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