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Tick-Borne Lyme Disease On The Rise

A new study has found that Lyme disease is much more common than previously thought. The deBugged blog offers Lyme disease facts and tick bite prevention tips.

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Ants at My Door – Ticks in My Kitchen

I don’t really have ants at my door or ticks in my kitchen but this is a likely scenario many home and business owners will soon be contending with, if they aren’t already. While not many people are complaining about a mild winter – I mean come on, who truly missed snow removal?- the flip [...]

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Avoid Foreign Pests While Traveling

I’m not going to say everyone hates creepy crawly things – entomologists exist after all – but at least most of us do. We tend to deal with these creepy crawlies because at least we know what kind of pests we might expect to find in our own backyard. Traveling abroad, however, opens up a [...]

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How Mild Winters Affect Pests

It’s January in the age of climate change and pests or pest control are not likely topics that people are discussing. But they should be. Partly because of what winter used to represent, and partly because winter, and it’s curious bedfellow - unseasonably warm winters – are simply throwing us curveballs week after week. Sometimes several times a week. Recent snowfall has disappeared barely leaving [...]

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Pests: How They Are Harmful to Your Pets

Pets bring many wonderful things into our homes. Unconditional love is one of them, as is their ability to look adorable even when they tear every toilet paper roll in the house to shreds. But the downside of owning an animal that considers rolling in the grass an acceptable method of scratching his back is [...]

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