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dander

small particles or scales of hair or feathers
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Regular vacuuming with a model containing a HEPA filter will help reduce the dander levels.
If the air in your home is mostly free of dust and completely free of pet dander and smoke, you can replace your filter just once per year.
The study showed that babies who grew up in homes with mouse and cat dander and cockroach droppings in the first year of life had lower rates of wheezing at age 3, compared with children not exposed to these allergens soon after birth.
Infants who grew up in homes with mouse and cat dander and cockroach droppings in the first year of life had lower rates of wheezing at age 3, compared with children not exposed to these allergens soon after birth.
When these three music giants get their dander up and go after an alleged copyright infringer, the industry as a whole takes note.
Dr Clare Bryant of the University of Cambridge, led researchers studied proteins that was found in cat skin particles, also known as cat dander - the most common cause of cat allergy.
The result is natural shampoos that remove dirt, dander and allergens from the skin--and do so without removing natural oils that promote a healthy coat, the company says.
Decrease exposure to common asthma triggers, such as animal dander, cockroaches, mold, and dust mites.
A cat allergy is more than likely related to dander or old skin scales (similar to but much smaller than dandruff on the human scalp), which are constantly shed into the environment.
As a confirmed grumpy old man whose dander and blood pressure rise at the sight of muck and litter, I have nothing but praise for both the council cleaning people who kept the town largely litter free as well as compliments for the local scouts who returned the Sands recreation ground campsite to perfect cleanliness after a busy week-end.
Though the earlier belief was that allergies manifested themselves in childhood or early adulthood, doctors say older people are coming in more frequently, with complaints about fits of sneezing caused by pet dander or room fresheners, skin rashes due to cellphones or breathlessness from eggs.
A pad comprising at least one high loft nonwoven layer for entrapping pet particles such as pet hair and pet dander from a pet or other items such as furniture or clothing, and a method for entrapping pet particles recently received a patent.