Bedbugs aren’t known to spread disease to or among people, but that doesn’t make them less creepy-crawly. About the size of an apple seed, they feast on human blood and typically bite a sleeping host at night.

Bedbugs aren’t known to spread disease to or among people, but that doesn’t make them less creepy-crawly. About the size of an apple seed, they feast on human blood and typically bite a sleeping host at night.