Recent survey shows more than 80 percent of people are using insect repellent, but not changing travel plans WASHINGTON, D.C., July 19, 2016 – According to a recent survey conducted by RISE (Responsible Industry for a Sound Environment)®, people are taking simple actions to protect themselves, ... Read More
Recent survey shows more than 80 percent of people are using insect repellent, but not changing travel plans WASHINGTON, D.C., July 19, 2016 – According to ...
My children never cease to amaze me, and I know most of you parents out there can relate. Recently the curiosity of my 4-year-old twin ...
Summertime brings sunshine, rising temperatures, and some of the most popular wedding months. Planning is essential for the big day to go off without a ...
My children never cease to amaze me, and I know most of you parents out there can relate. Recently the curiosity of my 4-year-old twin girls had me doing a double take … literally! They taught themselves to spot mosquito larvae. Now, you may be thinking, ... Read More
Summertime brings sunshine, rising temperatures, and some of the most popular wedding months. Planning is essential for the big day to go off without a hitch, but there’s one final detail to take care of if you’re planning your nuptials outdoors– how do you ensure ... Read More
Abby Wambach, co-captain of the World Cup Champion U.S. Women’s Soccer team, recently continued voicing her perspective on the importance of providing natural turf playing fields for soccer players of all levels and ages. As a natural grass advocate and maintenance advisor, I am excited ... Read More
Still fresh from the exhilaration of the U.S. Women’s Soccer team Women’s World Cup win, it’s easy to look back and think only of the highlights. The incredible saves, that amazing goal from midfield, those last few seconds when you were sure the team won—those ... Read More
I was four years old when I first started playing soccer. Back then, I never thought it would be a career. I couldn’t imagine the sport would take me to see the world, or that I would represent my country on the United States women’s ... Read More
Welcoming the first official day of summer means welcoming more time in the fresh air and sunshine. But it also means a greater chance of itchy, and potentially dangerous, mosquito bites. Mosquito bites can be a serious threat to public health. According to the American Mosquito ... Read More
With so much information circulating on the Internet, it’s hard to discern between facts and opinions and credible and non-credible sources, especially when it comes to pesticide products and their use. And sometimes, seemingly credible sources and studies aren’t always that. On top of that, ... Read More
May is Lyme Disease Awareness Month, the perfect time to revisit the cause, prevalence and prevention steps of the devastating disease. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than 30,000 cases of Lyme disease are reported each year, making it the ... Read More
If the record snow and cold this winter ‘tick’ed you off, we have more bad news for you. The freezing temperatures and constant snow didn’t put a dent in the population of ticks – or the diseases they carry. In fact, as you’re starting to get ... Read More