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However, there's definite benefit if patients are chosen appropriately such as the treatment of allergy to animal dander, especially cats.
Our results are generally consistent with previous studies in Puerto Rico, but they are unique in several important aspects: 1) they emphasize the relevance o f mite sensitivity in association with rhinitis and asthma history; 2) they identify an association between rhinitis and mosquito sensitivity; 3) and they highlight an association between animal dander sensitivity and rhinitis.
Research suggests that exposure to allergens--including dust mites, animal dander (shed skin flakes), mold and cockroaches--is common in U.
Filtering material can also be placed over heating outlets to trap animal dander.
This 20 minute procedure involves pricking your skin with minute amounts of a number of specific allergens like mold spores, pollen, dust mites or animal dander.
Asthma also may be triggered by airborne allergens like pollen, mold, dust mites, cockroach and mouse droppings, and animal dander (shed skin flakes from pets).
PAR occurs throughout the year and is typically caused by such indoor allergens as dust mites, mold and animal dander.
This IgE-allergen specificity explains why one person is allergic only to dust mites, while another person tolerates dust mites but is allergic to animal dander.
According to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, 75 percent of the 60 million Americans with allergies have symptoms triggered by indoor allergens, including dust mites, animal dander (shed skin flakes), mold, and cockroach and mouse droppings.
pollen, dust mites, animal dander, house dust, cockroach droppings or mold, etc.
allergens such as pollen (plant dust), mold, dust, animal dander (skin flakes), dust mites, and cockroach droppings
Potential sources of indoor air pollution include central heating, cooling and dehumidification systems; household cleaning and maintenance products; outdoor sources such as pesticides; biological contaminants such as animal dander, mold and cockroaches; formaldehyde from fabrics, pressed wood products and insulation; styrene found in adhesives, foam, lubricants, plastics carpets and insulation; and paint-strippers.

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