Dini Miller

Associate Professor of Urban Entomology, Virginia Tech

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Dini Miller on KCRW

In New York, they've infested the Time Warner Center and shut down high-end clothing stores.  In Dallas, they've driven people out of apartments.  Bedbugs — almost eradicated 50 years…

Bed Bugs Are Back and Biting

In New York, they've infested the Time Warner Center and shut down high-end clothing stores.  In Dallas, they've driven people out of apartments.  Bedbugs — almost eradicated 50 years…

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