By Melissa Hamel Across the country bed bugs are causing anxiety for folks whose holiday plans include traveling or for those expecting their college student or other traveling family members to visit for the holidays. In this two part series we’ll discuss what you can do to minimize your risk for being affected by bed bugs.
This article, entitled “Bed bug case is isolated and treated”, is taken from “The Colby Echo“, a weekly student newspaper of Colby College in Waterville, Maine. For more information about bed bugs, visit the Modern website. By Luke Brown A recent case of bed bugs found in a Heights suite has been treated and is believed… Read more »
With reports of bed bug activity only increasing throughout the country, especially in major urban centers like NYC where tourism is declining due to fear of bed bugs, it seems only fitting that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is currently planning their second national bed bug summit scheduled for this winter in Washington D.C. The… Read more »
The National Pest Management Association (NPMA) announced its Bed Bug Pandemic Response Plan that will lead the industry’s actions toward addressing the growing global bed bug. Modern’s Chief Technical Officer, Rich Stevenson, has been invited to participate in the NPMA “Blue Ribbon Bed Bug Task Force”, whose mission is the development of a comprehensive, industry-wide response to… Read more »
By Elaine Gammon When it comes to bed bugs, you don’t have to look too far to find a news story written about these blood-sucking, nocturnal pests that are invading the nation and quite possibly a bedroom near you. But if you want more visual evidence and need to “see to believe”, we’ve collected news clips from… Read more »