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READING in bed, once considered a relatively safe pastime, is now seen by some as a riskier proposition according to this article in the New York Times.
Mark Lillis of Schendel Pest Services examines quarantined crates filled with library books in Wichita, Kansas.
That’s because bedbugs have discovered a new way to hitchhike in and out of beds: library books. It turns out that tiny bedbugs and their eggs can hide in the spines of hardcover books. The bugs crawl out at night to feed, find a new home in a headboard, and soon readers are enjoying not only plot twists but post-bite welts.