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Frequently asked questions about bed bugs

@inproceedings{Program2009FrequentlyAQ,
  title={Frequently asked questions about bed bugs},
  author={Education Personnel Program},
  year={2009}
}
Bed bugs are insects that feed on the blood of people and animals. They are small, flat, brown, and oval. They do not have wings. • Bed bug eggs are white and pear-shaped. When they first hatch, bed bugs are clear and lighter in color. As they get older, they become browner. • Adult bed bugs are reddish-brown, flat, and oval. If you look closely, you can see short, golden-colored hairs. Bed bugs do not have wings. They give off a musty, sweetish odor. After they eat, they become swollen and… 

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