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and the Entire Kenai Peninsula
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More health worries because of bed bugs:
Research is now showing that it may be possible for bed bug to transmit Hepatitis B,. The virus has been found in bed bug droppings. Bacterial Infections may also occur if the bite creates an open sore.
Health alert issued 11/19/2014 By National Pest Management association.
Like the "Kissing" Bug, Bed Bugs Can Transmit Deadly Parasite Via Feces.
To date there are no medically documented cases of humans contracting the disease from the direct bite of a bed bug. More research is needed to understand the role bed bugs play in the epidemiology of the chagas disease. Notice how they changed it? The article says very clearly it is spread by feces not bites. So why does NPMA want you the think about bites?? Why are they trying to mislead us ??
Here is the link to the whole article http://www.uphs.upenn.edu/news/News_Releases/2014/11/levy/
This study was conducted on mice. But one should keep in mind that mice are what they test products on for human use. If it affects mice there is a good chance it will affect humans.
"Bed bug 'cure' maybe worse than it's bite"
"Federal health officials are alarmed by the growing reports of pesticide misuse and POISONINGS"
The CDC says the growing numbers of bed bug outbreaks is prompting more people to use pesticides sometimes with DIRE RESULTS!
Warning: Many companies promote themselves as using HEAT, but only the companies listed below own and have been trained how to use Thermal Remediation® equipment and processes. (From Temp-air’s website 2/23/12)
In Alaska: Eagle Pest Control & Tree Service is the ONLY ONE IN ALASKA
This link will take you to The Official Temp-air site
We offer free training seminars. At your place of business, we will trian your staff at NO charge. A MUST for hotels.
Bed bugs won't kill you, but the poisons used to kill them might. According to a new CDC report, exposure to insecticides used to control bedbugs led to one death and more than 100 illnesses between 2003 and 2010.The report states that the most common causes of illness were due to overuse of insecticides, failure to wash or change bedding that had been treated with insecticide, and failing to adequately warn others that insecticide had been used.Excessive use of insecticides can raise the potential for human toxicity.
Chemical treatments can take 3 or more treatments and it can take up to 8 weeks to be cleared of bed bugs with chemicals. So you and your family will be exposed over and over again for weeks to gallons of pesticides.
I know that there has been a lot of talk about new products coming to market that can work as monitoring devises and replace K9’s. The one thing that keeps running around in my head is, The Federal Government spent 6 years and 19 billion dollars to find out the best method for bomb detection. Their final outcome was a Canine.
Would you want your airplane checked for a bomb by a human or a Canine?
Offering Effective Pest Control Solutions for Your Home or Business, Eagle Pest Control is the leader in eliminating bug and pest problems for homeowners and commercial property managers. We offer pest control programs that are environmentally friendly and effective. We can immediately assess and address current pest infestations and help you prevent them in the future.
We specialize in “green” pest control programs that are environmentally friendly and preventative maintenance options for homes and commercial properties. Ask us about our environmentally-safe products and treatment.
The EPA gives special ratings to pesticides that meet reduced risk criteria: low-impact on human health, low toxicity to non-target organisms (birds, fish, and plants), low potential for groundwater contamination, lower use rates, low pest resistance potential, and compatibility with Integrated Pest Management programs. We specialize in these treatments.
Meet Rudolph! Alaska's FIRST bed bug dog! Rudolph is available STATEWIDE. Certified by NESDCA* Rudolph is trained to find the odor of live bed bugs and viable eggs (live eggs).