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dander

small particles or scales of hair or feathers
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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.
That will be twenty-five cents," said Dander, and took the quarter.
Even if allergies forced you to give up a pet, that doesn't mean the pet dander is gone.
Look for an air filter with high efficiency for midrange particles when respiratory conditions are present, when allergens are a concern and when asthma is triggered by pollen, pet dander, mold or dust mite allergen.
Although about 15% to 20% of people are allergic to molds, they are allergic to other substances--such as animal dander and pollen--as well.
The most common triggers are dust mites, animal dander, cockroaches and their droppings, mold and mildew and pollen.
But they got Soutif's dander up to the point where he perversely wishes to deny his countryman the claims I made for his international stature.
Most air filters work well in capturing dust and dander, but do little to eliminate noxious VOCs.
Over time these duct systems build up dust mites, animal dander, molds and fibers that float through your home.
Now back to her comic roots, Faith Soloway is selling out shows and raising conservative Christian' dander with her hilarious "schlock operas"--Miss Folk America, parodying the Boston folk scene, and Jesus Has two Mommies (wherein Mary and Josephina meet in a bar, the Burning Bush).
Allergic rhinitis is triggered by airborne irritants such as pollen, mold, animal dander, or dust mites.
dander from animals in the classrooms, as well as dog and cat dander brought in by students with pets at home;