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House Dust Allergens & Indoor Air Quality

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Published on Jan 18, 2013

Virtually everyone has experienced sneezing, a running nose or itchy eyes after cleaning their home. The condition is often caused by exposure to household dusts that have become airborne. This same dust can even trigger asthma symptoms in some people. Aeroallergens can even interact with other harmful air pollution to worsen various respiratory diseases.

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