Disease-Spreading 'Kissing Bug' Showing Up In U.S.
New research suggests "kissing bugs" are now carrying Chagas in the U.S.By Madison Burke | November 5, 2014
If you're one of the people freaked out by Ebola, here's another thing to potentially freak out about. "Kissing bugs" may be spreading a rare disease in the U.S.
Trypanosoma cruzi, or "kissing bugs" as they're better known, crawl on people's faces at night and suck their blood.
And there's more. The bugs are spreading a disease called Chagas, which can lead to heart problems and intestinal complications.