It isn’t easy to stop indoor allergens and we’re all exposed to BILLIONS of indoor allergens every day. Luckily, EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) experts claim we should start the fight at home. Why? Because American homes are “the most allergic environments” in the nation, packed full of allergy-causing contaminants.
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Do indoor allergens cause childhood asthma? Many worried parents ask this question after learning that their son or daughter has the condition. Unfortunately, there is no simple “yes” or “no” answer.
Doctors are increasingly convinced, however, that there is a connection between childhood asthma and indoor pet (and dust mite) allergens.