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The warmer weather may be -- you outside the you know what.
It's also luring and bugs into your home take a look at these pictures yeah look spring and summer seasons our prime -- -- time.
Hear what you need to know Louis Sorkin from entomology department at the American Museum of Natural History which is a great museum -- you're coming and you know you've got actual real bed bugs here and there are alive yes thank you -- -- really appreciate it thanks for Ricky Davis sat.
And I'm pitching just sitting here but why did you hold one of those -- so people can see -- well they might not even see much in this form.
But -- you Lawrence adults.
In this one I you have OK so let's talk a little bit about them.
At what in a white I can't people get rid of them I'm always hearing stories about how they go somewhere and then nobody can get rid of them.
I know people have success -- getting rid of them.
People have to be vigilant to see where they are and get either doing yourself work or I -- -- get the company and then knows how to do -- both work.
And why isn't -- -- not a silly in bed -- being couches and chairs in wherever they could happen to stay alive but senior home or an office.
And done -- -- might be infested because people bring them from home and don't realize they have them.
Aren't things like they travel with you that's the big thing that's why they were always in hotels right because you don't really get -- and there they are now back and they get out.
And people put their luggage on the bed.
An open in the bathroom first and don't examine the dead don't examine headboard but -- both can be.
Are right -- there really scary thing here is that you -- these bed bugs yourself today tell us about that by just convert these vials over my hand.
In the heat for about ten minutes twenty minutes and their fall.
And with the -- -- -- like a big market -- -- you know I actually don't react badly to them.
Which affect what happens people don't realize they have them that they don't react at all to them and some people think they'll roaches.
So the don't know what do they think they're gonna spray from -- to put -- -- -- So now I understand that in the places they are now we talk about -- hotels obviously that was a big thing that right but don't arms and nursing homes assisted living there.
I didn't even hear a thing about this kind of bug like five years ago ten years they never heard about that -- even and now everywhere.
The act of 1940s.
It was a real lull and not many people even realize there was -- bed bugs around it's a sort of snuck up on everyone -- people wasn't.
Weren't alert you know to look for these things.
And Arnold is dangerous curing disease that's -- -- -- -- no they actually don't vector any diseases except in some people because of a very bad reaction.
And some people even go through posttraumatic stress syndrome.
If they're so entrenched with -- bed bug infestations where I've been someone there are hundreds and thousands of bed bugs in the home.
And they're crawling all over the wall hundreds of thousands yes because they've gone on for years.
And that person was oblivious to recoup what -- -- that because sometimes in older people who don't seem well.
But sometimes people just get used to it cause it doesn't bother them.
But then its -- apartment all the neighbors started getting bad -- was the start crawling around there's so many and can all go through -- with condone their apartment.
Lewis thank you for coming in tonight it's always a pleasure we'll see you when you leave will you please take your bed bugs with the -- all I.
Want to -- up up up up there.
Up thank you appreciate it -- I really -- them and thank you.
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