According to a new survey, hotel-goers are more grossed out by bed bugs than dirty linens. But most don't even know what one looks like.
One of the most dreaded pests that most people have to avoid these days are bed bugs. Bed bugs can strike at home or at motels/hotels and feed exclusively on blood. They are most active during night and do their damage without hosts noticing it.
Study shows that bed bugs are getting increasingly immune to a common class of insecticide chemicals.
Some American cities are facing the problem of bedbug resistance despite using the insecticides to control them, says the latest study
Bed bugs have grown resistant to a widely used type of insecticides called neonicotinoids, a new study reported.
Staying at other people's homes can increase certain health risks.
Bed bugs grow faster when they live in groups.