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Bed bugs with superbug germ found

Posted by on Dec 26, 2011 in Bed Bugs | 0 comments

Bed bugs with superbug germ found

Bed Bugs with Superbug Germ Found We’ve all heard the expression ìdonít let the bed bugs bite. Well thatís exactly what they do, and a new study shows some of them may be carrying a staph infection superbug. First of all the study is very small and preliminary. Canadian scientists found drug-resistant staph bacteria in bedbugs at a hospital in British Columbia. Experts say while the bugs cause a lot of discomfort they have not been known to spread disease. Just the word bedbug gives a...

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Bedbug Revival 2011

Posted by on May 14, 2011 in Bed Bugs | 0 comments

Bedbug Revival 2011

Bedbug Revival 2011: What You Need to Know By Amy Maxmen | May 11, 2011 09:00 AM | 12 Bedbug sprays sold for residential use in neighborhood stores rarely eradicate or prevent bedbugs. Credit: Amy Maxmen In April I moved from one bedbug infested district of Brooklyn to one infested worse. With 550 complaints filed in the bedbug registry in 2008, Bushwick, my new neighborhood, surpassed Central Harlem in Manhattan, Astoria in Queens, and University Heights in the Bronx. At every hardware and...

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Bedbugs and MRSA

Posted by on May 12, 2011 in Bed Bugs | 0 comments

Bedbugs and MRSA

Bedbugs found to carry Superbugs

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Bed Bugs Gone

Posted by on Feb 22, 2011 in Bed Bugs, Bugs | 0 comments

Bed Bugs Gone

Killing Them Softly: Battling Bed Bugs in Sensitive Accounts By: Michael F. Potter. Alvaro Romero. Kenneth F. Haynes and Erich Hardebeck STEAM VAPOR SYSTEMS. If bed bugs have a weakness, it’s elevated temperature. Temperatures of about 120°F are lethal to most insects provided they cannot escape to a cooler location. The advantage of steam is that heating is intense and immediate, killing both bugs and eggs on contact. The types of steamers used for bed bug treatment are like those used...

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