EPA Lists Roaches as Asthma Complicator

From the Environmental Protection Agency Website

“Droppings or body parts of cockroaches and other pests can trigger asthma. Certain proteins are found in cockroach feces and saliva and can cause allergic reactions or trigger asthma symptoms in some individuals.¬†Cockroaches are commonly found in crowded cities and the southern regions of the United States. Cockroach allergens likely play a significant role in asthma in many urban areas.”

This is just one of the problems that can be caused by cockroaches, and it can severely effect your children.

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