Return of the Bedbugs!

January 2006
Weekly Reader News - Senior;1/27/2006, Vol. 84 Issue 17, p6
The article reports that bedbug infestations have broken out in several states in the U.S. in 2006. It presents information on states with the most prevalent bedbug infestations. It presents a brief overview of bedbug behavior. Some scientists have cited reasons for the bedbug comeback, including increased immigration from developing countries.


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