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What do Laternflies and Cavities Have in Common?

Pennsylvania was first invaded by the spotted lanternflies in 2014. The spotted lanternflies are indigenous to China, India and Vietnam. Here are three things that spotted lanternflies and cavities have in common. 1. They are annoying: You could be sitting outside enjoying a nice picnic with your family/friends and while you are enjoying your meal, BAM, it hits you like a bus. Yes the spotted lantern fly is obnoxious and so is that cavity. Luckily, tooth pain from cavities is preventable. Make sure to brush your teeth twice a day and see your dentist regularly. 2. They multiply rapidly: The spotted lantern bug is black and white and spotted in the early nymph stage and easy to catch. As they

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