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Suburban Exterminating’s Frank Presents ‘Don’t Let the Bed Bugs Bite: Advice from an Entomologist’

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Patrons at the Nesconset Branch Library got answers from a certified entomologist from Suburban Exterminating on preventing, identifying, and treating bed bugs.

| August 18, 2011

Bed bugs can be difficult to remove and cause many sleepless nights. What do they look like? Can they spread disease? How can I prevent them? Patrons at the Nesconset Branch Library got answers from a certified entomologist from Suburban Exterminating on preventing, identifying, and treating bed bugs.

One of Suburban Exterminating’s certified entomologists, Lynn Frank, spoke about bed bugs at Nesconset Branch Library. Frank discussed different ways to prevent these bugs from entering your home in the first place, identifying them if they make it in, and finally, getting rid of them.

 

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