1. How do bed bugs reproduce?

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    April 16, 2014 by Doug Moore

    Male and Female bed bugs mate by what is called traumatic insemination. The traumatic insemination takes place by basically stabbing …
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  2. What do bed bugs do?

    April 10, 2014 by Doug Moore

    Bed bugs like to feed on human blood. The blood is necessary to complete its life cycle which is split …
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  3. Social Service, Emergency Responders and Bed Bugs

    April 2, 2014 by Doug Moore

    We routinely inspect nursing homes, dialysis units, rehabilitation units for bed bugs.  We’re asked to inspect homes of health caregivers …
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  4. Psychological Effects of Bed Bugs

    March 26, 2014 by Doug Moore

    When we think about the effects of crimes such as robberies and assaults, we don’t just think about the stolen …
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  5. Protect Your Kids from Bed Bugs at Child Daycare Centers

    March 20, 2014 by Doug Moore

    When your child goes off to daycare, you’re likely to have a sense of security that they’ll come home safe …
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  6. Bed Bug Survival In Freezing Temperatures Examined By Scientists

    March 18, 2014 by Doug Moore

    If you’re freezing bed bug-infested items to kill the little critters, make sure you keep those items frozen for at …
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  7. Bed Bugs Survive Cold, but not for too long

    March 14, 2014 by Doug Moore

    Insects rarely bug me. I don’t get spooked by spiders or terrified by termites. Mosquitoes annoy me, but only because …
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