Sunday, September 12, 2021

Bed Bug Basics: 10 Tips to Protect Yourself


Brought to you by the National Pest Management Association. Join us on a fast-paced, educational trip through the history of bed bugs and the recent resurgence. This video will teach you how to be vigilant to minimize your risk of encountering bed bugs and how to effectively deal with this resilient pest if you have an infestation. Visit PestWorld.org for more information and please share this with others. Public awareness is key in controlling bed bug infestations.

Thursday, September 9, 2021

The Mosquito That Doesn’t Bite You, Even Though It Could


If you know one thing about mosquitoes, it’s probably their lust for blood. But there’s actually one species that almost never bites, even though it can. Could finding out why help us combat blood-borne diseases? 

Hosted by: Michael Aranda

Friday, September 3, 2021

Prevention and Treatment of Ants


Missy Henriksen with the National Pest Management Association discusses how to prevent an ant infestation in your home.

Tuesday, August 31, 2021

5 Warning Signs That Mean You Have A Pest Problem


No one enjoys dealing with pests inside their home, so here are the warning signs to know if you have a pest problem. They explain how the seasons changing affect what pests you will find and what to look for to know if you have unwanted visitors.

Pests are not just a nuisance; they can be carriers of disease and micro organisms. Pest control is a necessary defense against these unwelcome home invaders. Contact American Pest Management for more information! 

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Saturday, August 28, 2021

Cockroaches Can Contribute to Asthma Symptoms - National Pest Management Association


Many people don't know that cockroaches can contribute to asthma symptoms. Check out this PSA from ACAAI and the National Pest Management Association.

Wednesday, August 25, 2021

Inside The Ant Colony - Deborah M. Gordon


Ants have one of the most complex social organizations in the animal kingdom; they live in structured colonies that contain different types of members who perform specific roles. Sound familiar? Deborah M. Gordon explains the way these incredible creatures mate, communicate and source food, shedding light on how their actions can mimic and inform our own behavior.

Lesson by Deborah M. Gordon, animation by Steve Belfer Creative Inc.