College campuses are especially susceptible to bedbugs, and getting rid of the tiny parasites is costing some campuses thousands of dollars -- but now, a new technology can help, ABC News reports. Researchers Phil Koehler and Roberto Pereira at the University of Florida recently discovered a low-cost way to eradicate bedbugs in furniture -- by heating them to death. Clothes, sheets, and other bedding can be placed in a clothes dryer at high heat for about 15 minutes to kill the pests -- so why not heat up the infested furniture? With less than $400 of equipment, the researchers created...

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