Why Bed Bugs Are So Hard To Kill

Humans have struggled against bed bugs for thousands of years. And despite our best efforts and technological advances, infestations are only getting worse. Bed bugs are developing defenses against our best insecticides, such as thicker hides and toxin-fighting enzymes.


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Why Bed Bugs Are So Hard To Kill

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