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Coming soon to a bed near you?

For more and more Bostonians, bedbugs are no longer bedtime myths, but sleep-robbing realities. Next month, in response: a bedbug summit.

By Ric Kahn
Globe Staff / August 20, 2006

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Mealtime tiptoes into the home of Carmen Ramos . Three of her children, Ezequiel , 6, Eliezel , 4, and Naicha , almost 2, quietly settle in beside one another, each of them spooning clusters of Honey Bunches of Oats with Real Strawberries out of brightly colored plastic bowls. (Full article: 1976 words)

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