The nationwide bedbug scare has infested a lot more than beds. Frightened consumers have their heads filled with horror stories about entire families evacuated while their home is fumigated, clothing retailers and movie theaters — even government offices — shut down for treatments, and vacation websites talking about contaminated hotels. The problem comes at an interesting time in the development of the American wellness consumer. Those with families or pets, or chemical sensitivities, have ...

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