I have neglected to update the various mattress topic threads that this site explored in the past. There are updates on same pages here, particularly the NYC page, but nothing that has gone over the posts feed.
Which hotels in NYC are bed bug free? People ask this question all the time. In response, both these statements are probably true: a) there aren’t any, at any price point; and b) there are lots of bed bug free … Continue reading
Those of you who are fighting bed bugs in your apartment buildings know that it is extremely challenging to find effective ways of cooperating to eradicate infestations.
“the olfactory perception of the bed bug seems to be much narrower than other vectors” Continue reading
This is really very interesting. And it’s also that wonderful, rare thing: a free article. Mankin, R. W., R. D. Hodges, H. T. Nagle, C. Schal, R. M. Pereira, and P. G. Koehler. 2010. Acoustic Indicators for Targeted Detection of … Continue reading
David Cain will be in New York City again in mid-January. We’re thinking of holding another small public meeting.
Hospitals on alert to isolate bedbugs | The Columbus Dispatch:
The scientific and technical literature is rich with opportunities to notice changes in the cultural thought and experience of bed bug infestations. And, beyond that, the “noise” introduced by the biases of authors is interesting all by itself. Observing the … Continue reading
Dataloggers! and a “hot box disinsector” is what: