1. UD Entomologist: Kissing bug poses no real disease threat in Delaware  The Courier-Express
  2. What are kissing bugs? And why are they deadly?  Raleigh News & Observer
  3. CDC issues kissing bug warning, but experts say not to panic  FOX 13 News, Tampa Bay
  4. Blood-sucking bug on the rise  11Alive
  5. CDC: Vile 'Kissing Bugs' Spread North Into Delaware  The Weather Channel
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The potentially deadly "kissing bug" was confirmed to be found in Delaware after one bit a childThe potentially deadly "kissing bug" was confirmed to be found in Delaware after one bit a child

Potentially Deadly ‘Kissing Bug’ Found in Delaware After Biting a Child | PEOPLE.com

This is the first time the triatomine bug has been found in the state

Potentially Deadly ‘Kissing Bug’ Found in Delaware After Biting a Child | PEOPLE.com

CHICAGO -- The Centers for Disease Control and Protection is warning residents in the U.S. that the deadly "kissing bug" has made its way to dozens of states, including Illinois.CHICAGO -- The Centers for Disease Control and Protection is warning residents in the U.S. that the deadly "kissing bug" has made its way to dozens of states, including Illinois. Chagas disease earned the name, the "Kissing Bug", because the bugs that transmit the disease typically bite people's faces.

CDC warns of dangerous ‘Kissing Bug’ spreading into several states, including Illinois | WGN-TV

“More effects of climate change. The range & spread of the Chagas Vector is increasing in the US: CDC confirms Delaware girl was bitten on the face by a treacherous 'kissing bug' https://t.co/MKBas7Ajgk”

Seth Berkley on Twitter: "More effects of climate change. The range & spread of the Chagas Vector is increasing in the US: CDC confirms Delaware girl was bitten on the face by a treacherous 'kissing bug' https://t.co/MKBas7Ajgk"

“Yikes! CDC confirms Delaware girl was bitten on the face by a treacherous 'kissing bug' -- NJ a potential destination for bug's spread. https://t.co/Jp7Fa54ZSR via @usatoday”

Lindy Washburn on Twitter: "Yikes! CDC confirms Delaware girl was bitten on the face by a treacherous 'kissing bug' -- NJ a potential destination for bug's spread. https://t.co/Jp7Fa54ZSR via @usatoday"

“The CDC confirms Delaware's first case of the "kissing bug." The insect bit a child in the face while he was watching television last year. https://t.co/DpYJ4M1LnN”

Matt O'Donnell on Twitter: "The CDC confirms Delaware's first case of the "kissing bug." The insect bit a child in the face while he was watching television last year. https://t.co/DpYJ4M1LnN… https://t.co/Hu5U6f2bUF"

“So this is a thing. RT CDC confirms Delaware girl was bitten on the face by a treacherous 'kissing bug' https://t.co/819hIN2J4M via @usatoday”

Lisa Horne on Twitter: "So this is a thing. RT CDC confirms Delaware girl was bitten on the face by a treacherous 'kissing bug' https://t.co/819hIN2J4M via @usatoday"

Love is in the air in Florida, but not in the traditional sense. It's the season for love bugs, known for flying in attached pairs. Love is in the air in Florida, but not in the traditional sense. It's the season for love bugs, known for flying in attached pairs.

CDC issues kissing bug warning, but experts say not to panic - Story | FOX 13 Tampa Bay

Bugs called triatomine, carry a disease called Chagas disease. CDC confirmed last week that a triatomine bug was responsible for a July 2018 bite in Delaware, the farthest the bug has been reported in the U.S.Bugs called triatomine, carry a disease called Chagas disease. CDC confirmed last week that a triatomine bug was responsible for a July 2018 bite in Delaware, the farthest the bug has been reported in the U.S.

‘Kissing bug’: CDC finds bug in Delaware, what it means for CA | The Sacramento Bee

Deadly 'Kissing Bug' Confirmed On NY's Doorstep - Bedford-Katonah, NY - The "kissing bug," which can transmit fatal Chagas disease, has been reported in states near New York, the CDC said.The "kissing bug," which can transmit fatal Chagas disease, has been reported in states near New York, the CDC said.

Deadly 'Kissing Bug' On New York's Doorstep | Bedford, NY Patch

Once primarily a threat only in Latin America and a few western U.S. states, the critter is moving north.

Bloodsucking ‘kissing bugs’ can bite your face, leave behind a deadly disease - pennlive.com

About 300,000 people with Chagas disease live in the U.S., but most were infected in parts of Latin America where the disease is most common. The likelihood of getting the infection in the United States is low, even if the bug is infected, the CDC says. About 300,000 people with Chagas disease live in the U.S., but most were infected in parts of Latin America where the disease is most common. The likelihood of getting the infection in the United States is low, even if the bug is infected, the CDC says.

Dangerous 'Kissing' Bug Marches North in U.S.

Everyday it seems there's always something new out there to get us.Everyday it seems there's always something new out there to get us.

A child in Kent County, Delaware, about 20 miles away from the New Jersey border, was bitten by the blood-sucking insect known as the "kissing bug" – and the bug could be making its way to New Jersey.

CDC: Delaware child bitten by ‘kissing bug,’ could make its way

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (KUTV) - A South American bloodsucking inset, known as the "kissing bug," has been found in almost every American state. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) confirmed last week that a girl from Delaware was bitten by one of the insects, which are known for biting people around the mouth--hence the name kissing bugs. A South American bloodsucking bug, known as "kissing bugs" has been found in almost every American state. (Photo courtesy of CDC)SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (KUTV) - A South American bloodsucking inset, known as the "kissing bug," has been found in almost every American state. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) confirmed last week that a girl from Delaware was bitten by one of the insects, which are known for biting people around the mouth--hence the name kissing bugs. A South American bloodsucking bug, known as "kissing bugs" has been found in almost every American state. (Photo courtesy of CDC)

CDC: Dangerous 'kissing bug' reported in Utah, spreading across US | KUTV

A bloodsucking "kissing bug" bit a Delaware girl on the face last summer while she was watching television. Now, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is calling the incident the first confirmed identification of the bug in the state.A bloodsucking "kissing bug" bit a Delaware girl on the face last summer while she was watching television. Now, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is calling the incident the first confirmed identification of the bug in the state. Triatoma sanguisuga, often called the "kissing bug" because it usually bites around the eyes and mouth, can transmit a parasite called Trypanosoma cruzi. The parasite causes Chagas disease, which can have serious cardiac and gastrointestinal complications.

‘Kissing bug’ case in Delaware raises alarm for summer | Q13 FOX News

Beware the deadly kissing bug, now found throughout the southern half of the countryBeware the deadly kissing bug, now found throughout the southern half of the country

Stealth Killer Kissing Bug Now In Delaware

It's like It's like 'Sleeping Beauty' with a dose of nightmare fuel: A flat-bodied, six-legged insect moves toward you as you slumber, bound for the blood that

Those reports of bloodsucking 'kissing bugs' that poop in your face? It's a gross but rare occurrence

Anyone still questioning uselessness of MSM needs to read this about ‘kissing bugs’ | Disclosure News Online