Insecticides Used to Kill Bedbugs can Harm Health Gravely

by Savitha C Muppala on  September 24, 2011 at 10:56 PM Lifestyle News
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Bedbugs are a nuisance and we often use everything in the book to get rid of them.
 Insecticides Used to Kill Bedbugs can Harm Health Gravely
Insecticides Used to Kill Bedbugs can Harm Health Gravely

The insecticides we use to get rid of bed-bugs can be potentially very harmful to health. Use of insecticides to kill bedbugs has resulted in one death. Further 80 people have taken ill most of these used insecticides irregularly. 

Bedbugs are not dangerous, and though they suck blood of people and animals and could leave them with an itch, thankfully they do not spread disease. 

Many reported breathing problems, vomiting and nausea after using insecticide to kill bedbugs. 

Close to 90% of the cases were connected to pyrethroids or pyrethrine insecticides

Source: Medindia

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Frank the BedBug Chaser again and I saw this in Pest Management and Green Lodging. There is now an economical way for hotels, exterminators or anyone for that matter to use clean 100% Chemical Free and Green electric heat to get rid of bedbugs Go to BedBugchaser.com for more info.

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