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The trail isn’t like a nice yard: chances are, the grass in the area hasn’t been treated with tick control. You’re going to have to look out for yourself while hiking. Since ticks are a major disease vector, you’d be wise to take precaut...read more
Zika has been responsible for grave headlines and frightening images for around a year now — and it’s still active. The Centers for Disease Control report that, as of September 27, 2017, there have been 278 symptomatic cases of Zika repo...read more
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Brockton, MA 02301
Woodward Auto Parts in Brockton, MA has Boston’s widest selection of automobile parts for any and all vehicles. Whether you drive a car, truck, or SUV, Woodward Auto Parts has all the heavy duty equipment you need for your vehicle. With ...
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Hanover, MA 02339
No one likes the annoying buzz and itchy, painful bites of mosquitoes. These pests seem to be increasing in numbers, leaving their mark no matter how much repellent you apply. Fortunately, Mosquito Shield in Hanover, MA, has an effective...
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Yarmouth Port, MA 02675
Four years ago, we had a major bed bug infestation, and spent over $40,000 on traditional bed bug treatments, but no one could solve our problem. That's when we discovered how to kill bed bugs with the Heat Solution, and decided no one s...
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Ticks have long been a disease vector for human, but recently, a new tick-borne disease has shown up in Massachusetts. Deer ticks have been found to increasingly carry the Powassan v...read more
Leaf pile enthusiasts beware: Lyme Disease’s main vector is deer tick bites. The hard part is detecting when you have a tick. They’re so small that it’s hard to find them until the b...read more
Although Lyme Disease is one of the fastest-growing infectious diseases in the U.S., it often goes undetected, leaving victims feeling sicker and sicker as they scramble to figure ou...read more
The year 2017 has seen a rise in tick populations across the U.S., but especially in New England. With an increased tick population comes a heightened risk of contracting seriou...read more
Mosquito bites are itchy, unsightly, and one of the most frustrating downsides of warm summer weather and backyard barbecue season. When the pesky insects swarm your party, you may n...read more
Lyme disease is becoming more and more prevalent in the U.S., with over 200,000 cases reported to tick control experts every year. But despite its prevalence, there is still a l...read more
The Northeast is known for its beautiful woodlands, but nature’s blessing can also be a curse. Ticks are known for carrying infectious diseases that are dangerous to human ...read more
Like Lyme Disease, the Powassan Virus is spread primarily via deer tick bites. Unlike Lyme Disease, which takes up to 24 hours to transmit from tick to human, the Powassan Viru...read more
The Powassan Virus is the latest deadly tick-borne disease to threaten residents in the Northeast. The virus is spread by bites from deer ticks, and once it’s contracted, it can caus...read more
Tick and mosquito populations thrive in the Northeast every summer, increasing your risk of contracting an infectious disease and experiencing uncomfortable bites. Mosquito...read more
In addition to the pain and irritation that accompanies mosquito bites, mosquitoes are known to carry an array of dangerous and even deadly diseases, all transmitted via their bites....read more
Rare but deadly, the Powassan (or POW) virus is carried by certain deer ticks in the Northeast and Great Lakes region of the U.S. as well as parts of Canada. Although it is unco...read more
Mosquito bites can turn a fun summer afternoon into an itchy nightmare, and the recent insurgence of viruses like Zika and West Nile has given us a lot more to worry about. Ther...read more
There’s a lot of public concern around the Zika virus, which is rapidly spreading across South America and parts of the U.S. Primarily transmitted via mosquito bites, the danger...read more
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