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Bad News for Cats

For people who have asthma or respiratory problems that are triggered by cats, living with Fluffy is obviously a bad idea. Now, researchers have found evidence suggesting that people who know that they have other allergies may also want to avoid the furry felines.

Scientists who conducted a study across 14 European countries say that people allergic to irritants such as dust mites, mold and grass had poorer lung function if they were around cats than if they lived felinefree.

I have found that allergies to cats are one of the worst. Unfortunately, most cat owners are unwilling to get rid of their cats. In addition to being treated homeopathically, people can minimize their symptoms by keeping the cat out of the bedroom.

Terry Pfau, DO, HMD

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