The Mouse Ran Up The Clock: 4 Steps To Get Rid Of Mice

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When it comes to mice, good offensive strategies are usually the best defense. That means the best way to get rid of mice is to make sure they don’t show up in the first place. Unfortunately, you can’t always prevent a mouse infestation, especially when they’re trying to find a new home. Mice tend to look for a way into your house during the summer when it’s hot outside and during the winter when it’s cold outside.…

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Protecting Outdoor Workers From The Zika Virus: Three Practical Steps For Employers

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According to the CDC, no local mosquito-borne cases of the Zika disease have yet occurred in the United States, but people returning to the United States from overseas have returned positive test results for the virus. The prevalence of mosquitoes across many parts of the United States means that many Americans are at an increasing risk of the virus, especially where people must work outdoors. If you employ outdoor workers, find out how you can protect your people against mosquitoes and the Zika virus with the three following practical steps.…

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Three Bugs That Can Be Mistaken For Bed Bugs

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Bed bugs are small, brown insects with oval-shaped, flattened bodies, but so are many other types of pests that could invade your home. If you discover a bug that looks like a bed bug inside your home, don’t panic, because it could be one of these three bugs that can be mistaken for bed bugs. Bat Bugs Bat bugs are pests that feed on bats, and if bats are living in your attic, you could have bat bugs inside your home.…

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