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Author : Sarah Gabriella Mapanawang*, Greta J P Wahongan, Janno B Bernadus


House Dust Mites (HMD) is an washington source of allergens screened acres exposed to act as a trigger for atopic disease. HMD is found in damp houses, mattresses, bolsters, pillows, and other home furnishings. There are some of the most common species of HMD found throughout the world, namely Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus, Dermatophagoides farinae, Glycyphagus destructor. HMD can be a serious health problem for people who may be vulnerable due to the emergence of staffs triggers allergies such as asthma, rhinitis, conjunctivitis and atopic dermatitis, the body parts HMD allergens acres the cuticle, sex organs and gastrointestinal disturbances. The aim of this study to determine the behavior of the community is includes knowledge, attitude highly and action to house dust mites surrounding houses. This study was a descriptive survey method, the research conducted in the Village District Taas Tikala subdistrict Manado with sample 95 family members who met the inclusion criteria. The results showed that 89.5 percent of people have poor knowledge, 96.8 percent of people have a good attitude highly and 100 percent of the public has a good action. Key words: Behavior, Society, House Dust Mites

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