On Mass Appeal, Natasha discussed what this year’s tick season is shaping up to look like, as well as useful information to protect yourself, your family, pets and property.
We donated lunch to 150 health care heroes at Baystate Medical Center to thank them for their hard work and dedication during the coronavirus pandemic.
In some large cities, rats seeking food are turning to homes, and even cannibalism, due to the restaurant shutdown.
Our entomologist, Natasha Wright, was interviewed last night on WWLP as part of their coverage about Lyme Disease Awareness Month, a common tick-borne disease in Massachusetts.
Lyme disease affects people (and pets) of all ages, and is commonly found in children, older adults and in those who spend time outdoors working or in other activities, such as firefighters and park rangers, with higher exposure to ticks.
Bed bugs are among those pests people may associate with unclean or “seedy” accommodations. The fact is, even the most luxurious bed in the highest quality hotel isn’t immune to an infestation.
In this article in The Reminder, Natasha talks about how to enjoy walks, hikes and bike rides while protecting yourself from ticks.
Natasha talked to Western Mass News about what to look for and how to protect yourself and your pets against the springtime emergence of ticks.
Natasha Wright was a guest on Mass Live this week to talk about how to address the early return of some spring pests.
The early spring weather means an early start to tick season in western Massachusetts.