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How to check your hotel room bed for bed bugs
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How to check your hotel room bed for bed bugs

Wayne White is a board certified entomologist who works for American Pest in Takoma Park, Md. He shows how to inspect a hotel room bed for bedbugs. (Andrea Sachs/The Washington Post)

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