The home can be a hot spot for asthma triggers; Here’s how to reduce exposures

Forty percent of asthma episodes are caused by preventable triggers in the home, the CDC reports. They include cigarette smoke, wood-burning fireplaces, dander and saliva from pets, mold and pests such as dust mites, cockroaches and mice. Mitigating exposure to these triggers is an important way to manage asthma.

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