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Bed Bugs

Bed Bugs Better Know as a Plague The bed bug is a temporary ectoparasite. “Parasite” means that it lives by leeching nutrients (blood) from another organism; you or, occasionally, birds or bats or house pets. Ecto- means “on the outside,” so it lives outside of its host’s body. Temporary means that bed bugs don’t live on their host, instead only dropping in to feed. Bed bugs are also called obligate parasites because to make it through each step of their five-stage lifecycle, they require a blood meal. Female bed bugs also must have a blood meal before they are able to lay eggs; the more blood they eat, the more eggs they can make. They can lay anywhere from 100-500 within their lifetime and MULTIPLY LIKE RATS. When bed bugs aren’t feeding, they’re hiding in tight spaces and breeding. Anywhere from mattress seams to head boards to any available crack—the head of a screw, a picture frame, or even a clock radio. They also enjoy a nice suitcase or purse, which is how they spread between homes, hotels, and virtually any other place where people hang out. Today, bed bugs are in every state in the US and the percent of American exterminators that have treated them are on the rise; 99 percent in 2013 (+4 percent), up from 95 percent in 2010 (+70 percent), 25 percent a decade before (+14 percent), and 11 percent before that. With such an increase in bed bugs, it’s nice to know there is a company that are Bed Bug specialists and focused on quick response and thorough service. The “Bed Bug Guys” are your bed bug experts providing discreet, prompt, and professional service; with free estimates by phone in minutes. They will treat your bed bug problem FAST, with THEIR Heat Treatment PROCESS that is GUARANTEED for 60...

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Bed Bugs Carrying up to 32 known Diseases

Bed Bugs Can Transmit Disease – Historically it was thought that bed bugs didn’t transmit disease. But researchers in Vancouver recently reported that they had found bed bugs with methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, or MRSA. The scientists crushed and analyzed five bed bugs and found three samples with MRSA, the superbug that is resistant to most commonly used antibiotics. The two other samples had vancomycin-resistant Enterococcus faecium, or VRE, a less dangerous antibiotic-resistant bacteria Bed Bugs Carrying up to 32 known...

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