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Kissing Bug

The members of Triatominae /traɪ.əˈtɒmᵻniː/, a subfamily of Reduviidae, are also known as conenose bugs, kissing bugs, assassin bugs, or vampire bugs.

This video gives you all the information you need about the deadly kissing bug that is now being found in the United States! It could just save your life!

‘Kissing bug disease' far deadlier than previously thought
The CDC has identified Chagas disease as one of the five neglected parasitic infections in the U.S. that require public health action. NSFW A new study has found that Chagas disease may have been underreported as a cause of death. The study, published in ...
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The 'kissing bug' disease found in half of the country is deadlier than once thought
The kissing bug may sound romantic, but the heart-damaging insect packs a kiss deadlier than you could imagine. The silent assassins earned their name from the fact that they bite around the lips and faces of people as they sleep. But these "kisses" can ...
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‘Kissing bug’ disease more deadly than previously thought, study finds
There’s nothing romantic about these kissing bugs. The insects that spread Chagas disease (scientific name: Triatominae) got their sweet moniker by biting sleeping humans around their lips and faces, eventually defecating into the bite with feces ...
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How and Why You Should Prevent a Kissing Bug Infestation
Chagas disease, or “kissing bug disease,” could have a higher mortality rate than previously thought. Why? Because it often goes unreported, and more than half of the U.S. is reporting new cases. [1] [2] Source: Good Housekeeping Chagas is largely ...
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The Kissing Bug Is More Common Than People Know
The Triatomine, or kissing bug, is an insect that carries the Chagas disease. On Nov. 24, 2015, CNN stated the bug’s disease causes about 11,000 global deaths a year. This bug is called the kissing bug because it normally bites one around the eyes or nose.
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Scientists stunned by ‘kissing bug’ disease
An alarming new finding by scientists suggests that the kissing bug may be wreaking havoc, and we are not even aware of it. A shocking new report is leading to a dire warning about the innocuously named “kissing bugs,” painting the insects as far from ...
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'Kissing bugs' are more dangerous than we think, say scientists
Transmission occurs when one is asleep, and the bugs bite around the lips and face to defecate inside the wounds and spread the parasite. According to the World Health Organzation (WHO), around six million people are infected with Chagas disease worldwide.
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Keep your lips away from deadly 'kissing bugs,' study says
A study published in the journal PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases found that "kissing bugs" are a lot deadlier than we think. The bugs carry the parasite T. cruzi, which can infect people with Chagas disease or trypanosomiasis. Transmission occurs when one ...
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Kissing Bugs Can Cause Death, Study Finds
The bug is typically found in Southern USA, Mexico, Central and South America and often bites people around their lips or in the face as they sleep, earning it the name kissing bug. The kissing bug carries an infectious parasite, called Trypanasoma cruzi ...
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'Kissing bug' disease more deadly than thought
The nickname given to the insects that spread Chagas disease is somewhat bittersweet: kissing bugs. Their name stems from the fact that they like biting humans around their lips and faces as they sleep, after which they defecate into the wound with feces ...
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Parents nervous about reported ‘kissing bug’ sightings in ...
MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- There are reports of people finding the kissing bug in the Mid-South. An East Memphis woman told WREG she thinks she found one in her ...
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Triatominae - Wikipedia
The members of Triatominae / t r aɪ. ə ˈ t ɒ m ᵻ n iː /, a subfamily of Reduviidae, are also known as conenose bugs, kissing bugs, assassin bugs, or vampire bugs.
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‘Kissing bugs’ may be kiss of death for babies & small ...
MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- The 'kissing bug' can cause Chagas disease, which can lead to heart problems and, in some cases, death. The bugs often emerge at night ...
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Kissing Bugs and Chagas Disease in the U.S. | Texas A&M
THE VECTOR Kissing Bugs. Kissing bugs are nocturnal, blood-feeding insects that are members of the Reduviidae family. (Photo: Gabriel L. Hamer) Three species of ...
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Kissing Bugs | Assassin Bugs - Pest Risk, Facts & Control
Facts, Identification & Control Latin Name. Triatoma spp. and Paratriatoma spp. Appearance. There are several species of kissing bugs. Two of the most common are the ...
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'Kissing bug' disease more deadly than thought - CNN.com
(CNN)The nickname given to the insects that spread Chagas disease is somewhat bittersweet: kissing bugs. Their name stems from the fact that they like ...
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Kissing Bug Info - Snopes.com
Kissing Bugs Could Carry Disease-Causing Parasites? News from 2014 and 2017 reports that kissing bugs in the U.S. have been found to carry a disease-causing parasite.
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Kissing Bug (Triatominae) Facts and Removal Tips
Kissing bugs can carry Chagas disease which can be fatal to humans. Find out where kissing bugs live and how to get rid of them quickly.
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Just how deadly is the kissing bug? - CNN.com
Chagas disease is spread by the triatomine bug -- nicknamed "kissing bugs" -- which carries the parasite Trypanosoma cruzi. Over time, the parasite can ...
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Bug tracked to Mid-South could potentially kill people, pets
Bug tracked to Mid-South could potentially kill people, pets - WMC Action News 5 - Memphis, Tennessee. Member Center: ... is better known as the ‘kissing bug'.
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