When we were developing the Dust Bender and researching various statistics surrounding dust, allergies, asthma, and who was impacted, we found many “Governmental Dust Mitigation Agencies”. This is a term I started using to describe any government agency that is concerned with Dust Mitigation like Dust Bender. I came across many medical professionals, too. We’ll post this list in a few days.
A lot of our research and content couldn’t be complete without these GDMAs and their help. If you’re interested in checking out their websites, here are the ones we’ve aligned with:
• American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology
• National Institute of Allergy & Infectious Disease
• Asthma & Allergy Foundation of America
• Environmental Protection Agency
• American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology
• World Allergy Organization
Other organizations, like WebMd and The Mayo Clinic, are also great resources that we have utilized throughout our brand development and market research.
What do all these Governmental Dust Mitigation Agencies do?
Aside from simply tracking the data sets associated with the millions of Americans with dust related medical conditions, they also help give education on how to manage the symptoms, treat the condition, and give additional resources.
Dust allergies impacts over 25 million Americans and almost 1 in 10 children. It’s a real medical issue facing many children and their parents. These GDMAs help give parents the tools they need to help provide for their kids.
As a father of four and a loving husband to my wife Gaby, who had to have sinus surgery because her dust allergy symptoms got so bad, the Dust Mitigation topic hits close to home. If you don’t know our whole story, click here to read it.
We’d love to hear from other parents about how they protect their kids from dust by using great Dust Mitigation tactics and tools. The Dust Bender is a great addition. I’ll admit, it makes dusting a lot more fun!