dust mites

Healthy Living
Sweet dreams are NOT made of these.
And unlike allergens like cat dander, the protein that triggers reactions to dust mites isn't typically airborne, he says
My latest concern, likely in response to some incessant commercials on the subject, is the existence of disgusting, invisible dust mites that camp out in our mattresses, living off our skin flakes (yuck!) and generally up to no good.
Symptoms of dust mite allergies include: watery/itching/red eyes, runny nose, wheezing, sneezing, asthma, infantile eczema
Allergies were the realm of those brainy, pale, nose-picking girls in middle school who had to run and get shots every time you turned around.