Bed Bugs Are Taking Over These Two New York Cities
There are few states in America that are greater than the Empire State. For better or worse, there are lots of places all over New York that lands on all sorts of different lists outlining the top places all over the region.
You name it, you can find it in the Empire State. It doesn't matter if it's a list of top tourist destinations like Niagara Falls, New York City, or the coolest places for the British to hang out in the summer like Buffalo, us New Yorkers love being the best and on top of rest/.
Unfortunately, there is one list that is floating around and we're confident that no one in New York wants us to be on. However, it seems we made it no matter dispute our disruptions.
New York City and Buffalo Among Top American Cities Infested With Bed Bugs
According to the New York State Department of Health, Bed Bugs have been around for thousands of years and will likely be around for a lot longer.
Bed bugs are small, flat wingless insects that are reddish-brown in color and approximately one-quarter inch long, before feeding (about the size and shape of a small apple seed). They feed on blood, but are not known to spread any diseases to humans. Some people can be allergic to their bites. Getting rid of a bed bug infestation is not easy, but there are steps you can take to control the problem. There are also steps you can take to avoid bringing bed bugs home.
-New York State Department of Health
Buffalo - 29th Most Bed Bug Infested City
Moving down one spot from last year, Buffalo sits right in the middle of the pack of the most infested cities in the country. Buffalo has had a Bed Bug program for a while, and it doesn't seem to be getting any better.
New York City - 2nd Most Bed Bug Infested City
Moving up one spot from last year, The Big Apple holds 2nd place for the worst infestations of bed bugs. Perhaps the one bright side is that at least it's not number one.
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