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BedBug Central’s White Appears on ‘The View’

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Jeffrey White discussed national bed bug covered a variety of prevention and treatment tips.

| September 17, 2010

LAWRENCEVILLE, N.J. - Bed bug infestations have gained such notoriety in this country that now even the five divas of daytime talk have decided to bring awareness to their viewers. BedBug Central’s research entomologist, Jeffrey White, was recruited as a leading bed bug expert to appear on The View and speak with “the Ladies” on everything they need to know about bed bugs.

In this segment, White interviews with The View co-host, Elisabeth Hasselbeck, on the national trends and impact bed bugs are having across the country. White also covers a variety of prevention and treatment tips that viewers can use at home as well as how viewers can perform simple mattress inspections.

Unique to this interview, Hasselbeck also gives White the opportunity to address the proper decorum for notifying neighbors and tenants on the presence of bed bugs and full disclosure is essential for effective treatment.
 

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