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According to a study in the New York Times, it now appears that scientists from the Boston University School of Medicine have finally discovered one of the key culprits: the remains of dead cockroaches.


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According to a study in the New York Times, it now appears that scientists from the Boston University School of Medicine have finally discovered one of the key culprits: the remains of dead cockroaches.

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Researchers Find Clue to Dust/Asthma Connection

According to a study in the New York Times, it now appears that scientists from the Boston University School of Medicine have finally discovered one of the key culprits: the remains of dead cockroaches.

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