indoor pest control
Get rid of ants for good without using toxic chemicals.
An insect-infested tree is one holiday headache you don’t need; here's how to avoid it.
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You can get rid of ants, moths, and other insect pests without dousing your home with chemicals.
A lawsuit in California aims to keep toxic flea collars out of pet owners' homes, but there's more to do to protect your family and your pets.
A certain type of exotic stink bug is sucking the life out of apples, tomatoes, peaches, and soybeans. Can you protect your home and garden?
Products that promise to get rid of bedbugs don't always work and may be unsafe, the EPA warns. Here's how to keep the bugs at bay.
Label directions on bug spray, mothballs, and other indoor pesticides make it seem like you need more of the toxic stuff than you do, suggests a new study.
City-dwelling ants are surprisingly resilient, new research shows. Fight back without unhealthy chemicals and learn how to get rid of ants the all-natural way.
Bugged by spring insects? Use natural pest control—not unhealthy, toxic chemicals—to protect yourself and your home.
Clothes moth repellents range from toxic to ineffective, but you can kill off the voracious larvae without threatening your own health.