Suicide awareness and the education of the many unnoticed signs of this sad and tragic disease needs to be made known to all who have loved ones, both young and old. Suicide effects not only the victim, but families and communities who have been hurt and haunted by a "loved ones" senseless death. The American Foundation For Suicide Preventionis the leading [...]

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Don't be fooled...  Bed bugs can live anywhere. They're found close to where they feed, in bed mattress crevices, box springs, baseboards, bed frames, and anywhere around your bed. Bed Bugs are also found in electric outlets, switches, behind pictures and frames, and even behind wallpaper! They can be found in hotels, motels, dormitories, apartments, condos, private homes, retail stores, movie theaters, businesses, [...]

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.......... those scarey looking pre-historic "STINK BUGS" or "shield bugs" that seem to come out of the woodwork, creeping out behind draperies and curtains in your home and invading every nook and cranny! They will fly around you and even share your bed! Having a whole army of them in your home will test all your senses. Their name alone makes us [...]

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DON'T GET HOUNDED BY "HORNETS" THIS SPRING! A large paper nest and workers are a true sign of hornet activity around your home. These stinging insects are most active during the day. They will build their aerial nests made of paper in tree tops, hanging from bushes, under roofs, decks, eaves of your home , in sheds or garages, or in hollow [...]

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GOT WASPS????                   Do you see a "paper-like comb nest" which opens downward and is not covered.......in the eave of your home? Beneath a window ledge or porch roof? Or even on a tree limb on your property? All wasps build nests. In the Springtime, from March until the beginning of June, queen wasps [...]

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Many consider the Yellow Jacket to be the most dangerous of bees due to their nesting and foraging behavior. They will often cause people to have an allergic reaction which can be life threatening. Yellow Jackets are the smallest of the common Vespids about 1/2 inch long. They are most active in late summer and early autumn when a colony is at [...]

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  The Common House Fly                       The Bottle Fly                                   The Fruit Fly DON'T FLIRT WITH FLIES ! Annoying Pesky Flies, no matter what kind, can ruin a family barbecue, family picnic or just a family dinner nightly when they loudly buzz precariously among your tabletops, countertops and around your food and drink! Eventually, they defecate and regurgitate [...]

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