Frontal view of a bed bug
Bed bugs are very tiny creatures that are scientifically named Cimex lectularius. Are you really curious about how bed bugs look like?
Your chances of getting face to face with bed bugs is really slim. You can only see them by looking at their pictures, which are published in text books, magazines and Internet sites. Read more . . .
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Las Vegas can really be a very good place to tour around. Vacationists and tourists abound the destination.
There are, in fact, more casinos than hotels in Las Vegas. It is the world’s gambling capital. Yet, the hotels are sufficient and enough to host the huge number of visitors that city always have. Read more . . .
Bed bugs are tiny, reddish brown, oval-shaped, flat and wingless insect that feed on human blood at night. Bed bugs are considered nocturnal insects because they are most active in the middle of the night.
Bed bugs are spreading fast in households, hotels, motels, cabs, buses, and train stations. They are spreading so fast that you now wonder, how many eggs do bed bugs produce? Read more . . .
Bed bugs are very small insects with scientific name Cimex lectularius. Through the decades, these insects are considered notorious pests in different countries, be it in the US, in Europe, in Asian countries and even in Africa.
When seen from the top bed bugs look like flattened creatures, and for sure, you wouldn’t want to look at them at any other angle. They are so small, that one can hardly see and look at them, unless aided by magnifying glasses or lenses. Read more . . .
When children scratch these itchy wheals, infection may arise. Children can’t control the scratching, especially that bed bug bites are more itchy than dust mites or mosquito bites. There are reports that when these wheals get infected due to scratching, bullous eruptions happen.
Some individuals develop insomnia, anxiety, and stress due to bed bugs infestation. They didn’t “have a good night, sleep tight and don’t let the bed bugs bite” night. Read more . . .