Between travelling all over the globe, changes in lodging management, and insecticide resistance, bedbugs have crept their way up in America to becoming a new and more mainstream issue. They feed on blood and hide in the tiniest of spaces, and getting rid of them can be difficult and costly. However, a new, natural fungus may provide the answer. Researchers sprayed the fungus on fabric and then exposed bedbugs to it. Not only did the bugs almost always die but also they infected bugs that were not directly exposed. While still in testing, this helpful fungus may help knock out the bedbug epidemic in a safe, natural way.

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