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Bed Bugs Take a Bite Out of a British Airways Flight
Posted by USBedBugs.xom on 2/28/2011 to News
British Airways jets grounded after a passenger complained of being badly bitten by bed bugs on two separate flights.
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BB The Bed Bug is Here!
Posted by USBedBugs.com on 2/25/2011 to News
BB The Bed Bug is Here!
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Got Bed Bugs - What now?
Posted by USBedBugs.com on 2/21/2011 to Additional Resources

Think you have bed bugs or just want to learn more about them?

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Bed Bug Monitors: Optimal Use and Best Practices of Active Monitors
Posted by USBedBugs.com on 2/17/2011 to Products
Bed bug monitors can be classified as either “active” or “passive.” A passive monitor targets the behavioral patterns of bed bugs and relies on getting in their pathway or providing a need such as a cozy place to hide coupled with a mechanism such as glue or a base to either trap the bugs or show their fecal matter.
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Bedbug Nation!
Posted by USBedBugs.com on 2/16/2011 to Additional Resources
The U.S. has become a bed bug nation. Bed bugs are everywhere!
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The Best Tactics to Bedbug-Proof Your House
Posted by USBedBugs.com on 2/15/2011 to News

Want to learn how to bedbug-proof your home?

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Integrated Pest Management- Finding Solutions that Work
Posted by USBedBugs.com on 2/14/2011 to Additional Resources
Bed bugs have made a strong comeback in the United States and around the world and traditional pesticides are failing to get rid of them. Many bed bug sufferers are now looking for alternative non-pesticide treatments.
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Keep the Bed Bugs Away
Posted by USBedBugs.com on 2/11/2011
Most of us are aware that bed bugs are back and stronger than ever. Ohio University conducted a gene study which found that certain bed bugs can survive 1,000 times the amount of pesticides that would have killed a "traditional" bed bug. Bed bug infestations are extremely hard to get rid of and very costly. So how do you prevent bed bugs from getting into your house in the first place?
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Feeding Bed Bugs Video
Posted by USBedBugs.com on 2/8/2011 to Video
Ever wondered what bed bugs look like when feeding? Check out this short video http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_profilepage&v=P50Ic_sGM_E
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Heat- An Effective Chemical Free Way to Eliminate Bed Bugs
Posted by USBedBugs.com on 2/4/2011 to Products

Heat is one of most effective ways to treat bed bugs. Bed bugs can not survive in temperatures above 120 F.  If you suspect you have been exposed to bed bugs outside the home, there a few percautions you can take once you arrive home. 

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