I believe mosquitoes are generally more dangerous to humans because of their ability to transmit diseases. It is true that bed bugs also drink blood and it is believed that they are capable of carrying pathogens, but there is no evidence that the pathogens are able to replicate within the bed bugs. In other words, there has been no proof that bed bugs can transmit the diseases they carry. Mosquitoes, on the other hand, are known to be quite capable of spreading diseases (malaria, West Nile virus, etc.).
At this time, mosquitoes are deemed to be more dangerous. As for bedbugs, a report was just released by the Centers of Disease Control about bedbugs in Vancouver, Canada that were confirmed to be carriers of MRSA and VRE bacteria. However, there was no conclusive evidence to prove that bedbugs can transmit disease. Researchers instead point out the possibility that dangerous bacteria may spread when a bedbug victim scratches a bite.
So far bedbugs cause no more than discomfort but mosquitoes especially the female anopheles and culex are known to be vectors for malaria and elephantiasis to be more dangerous than bedbugs.
Be that as it may, it is still not hygienic and healthy to have bedbugs in one’s home
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