Bedbugs are small blood-sucking parasites that have been sharing humans’ beds—and feeding off people while they sleep—for thousands of years. Despite their tiny size, they’ve become a big problem in recent years. Some believe that’s because of the rise in international travel.
While health experts say not to worry about them spreading disease, they say these creepy creatures are definitely on the rebound, infesting hotels, hospital wings, homeless shelters and college dormitories.
Stop bedbugs from sharing your home. Pronto!