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Insects Inspire New Hearing Aid

Insects Inspire New Hearing Aid   In a world where most people are trying to terminate insects, it is nice to remind ourselves of the good they can bring. According to phys.org, an insect inspired microphone that can cut down on background noise may revolutionize modern day hearing aids. The miniature microphone used in these…

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Don’t Let the Bed Bugs Bite | KILLEEN BED BUG CONTROL

Don’t Let the Bed Bugs Bite According to KHOU, Houston ranks as one of the top cities for bed bugs. And as most people know, bed bugs are one of the most difficult pests to terminate. Without a doubt, if bed bugs are suspected, a professional pest control company is crucial for the job. Bed…

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NASA Takes on Bug-Guts

NASA Takes on Bug-Guts We’ve all experienced the unsightly view of squashed bugs on our car windshield, particularly after a drive on the freeway. This annoyance is not just for us drivers, but pilots too. And believe it or not, according to NASA, bug guts on the wings of a plane can reduce fuel efficiency…

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Texas Animal Control Tips | Waco, Killeen, Temple

Wipe up crumbs and spills immediately Store garbage in sealed containers and remove from the home frequently Keep food packages closed or sealed and store products in air-tight containers Avoid leaving food out on the counter or pet food out on the floor for long periods of time Repair holes or gaps in window and…

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Tips To Keep Wildlife in the Wild, Not in Your Home

structure th at lead to dark secluded areas, like attics and belfries. Screen attic vents and openings to chimneys. Install door sweeps. Repair any loose siding or shingles. Store trashcans and recycling bins indoors, or in sealed areas such as a locked shed or outhouse. If trashcans are kept outdoors, use animal-proof lids. Bring pet…

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Bugs, Bulbs and Better Health!?

Bugs, Bulbs and Better Health!? In the developing world, light bulbs are efficient at attracting insects. The blue wavelengths of LED lights are attractive to a range of insects. This attraction is what draws them right into our people’s homes. In short, the type of bulb you use can actually increase the risk of catching…

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