Monthly Archives: March 2012

Disclaimer:  The following are general guidelines to follow and do not constitute medical advice Ticks like to “hang out” in low lying shrubs, bushes or plants waiting for animals to come by to supply them with the blood meal that...
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It is Spring Break time here in Atlanta and the surrounding areas.  It’s a time that parents and kids both look forward to.  A lot of people will be going out of town this spring break and staying in hotels. ...
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Although you may be seeing bees buzzing around your home it doesn’t necessarily mean that you have an active bee hive in your area.  There is a good possibility that you are seeing scout bees.  The survival of a bee...
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  Last week it was the stink bug, this week it’s the carpenter bee!  We told you that the weird temperatures were going to bring out these pests…and here they are! It’s officially spring which means that carpenter bees are...
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Disclaimer: These tips are general medical information and do not constitute medical advice. Please contact your physician for information about yourself or your family member. Spring has arrived and brought pollen with it.  Yesterday’s pollen count is the highest ever...
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Disclaimer:  The following are general guidelines to follow and do not constitute medical advice. Spring brings with it flowers, pollen, birds and bees! But it also brings pests that are returning from their winter break.  For many of us, mosquitoes...
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Due to the massive amount of calls that we have received lately regarding kudzu bugs, or stink bugs, we thought this earlier post would be beneficial! In the past several weeks, our service centers have seen an emergence of kudzu...
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As part of Northwest Exterminating’s mission to create healthier living and working environments we have teamed up with Dr. David Goo of CorrectMed Pediatrics.  Dr. Goo and Northwest Exterminating want to make sure that your family and your home are...
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With the abnormal temperatures this Winter we are seeing abnormal pest movement.  Boxelders are typically a pest that is active in the colder months when they enter homes for warmth and food.  Although temperatures are warmer than usual, we are...
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It’s a question that people always ask themselves.  “Why do mosquitoes seem to like me better than everyone else?”  It’s not in your head…mosquitoes are more attracted to some people than others.  Mosquito season is right around the corner so...
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