Last year the city seemed to have a serious outbreak of bedbugs, which had to be a health code issue! For the From the Midwest to the East Coast it appears to be wide spread. After two years of being named the most bedbug-infested city in the U.S., the City That Never Sleeps can finally get some rest as Philadelphia nabs this year’s creepy crown. Cincinnati scratches its way to second, while NYC drops to third. Newcomers to the top 15 include Cleveland, Miami, Houston, Indianapolis and New Haven, Conn. READ MORE.
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