According to a survey conducted by the American Academy of Occupational Therapy, dust can be a real problem in your home.
According to the survey, 80 percent of Americans have seen dust, with 70 percent of the respondents having seen it at least once in their lives.
In the survey that asked people their experience with dust, the majority said they had seen it in their house, with two-thirds saying they had heard it from a neighbor.
One in five respondents said they would be willing to spend money on a dust removal service.
Another survey of 3,000 people conducted by The Daily Beast found that 71 percent of respondents said their home is the “worst place to be exposed to dust.”
That includes 57 percent of white Americans, 70 percent for black Americans, 65 percent for Hispanic Americans, and 62 percent for Asian Americans.
As a result, some homeowners are choosing to install a dust filter or to buy a dust detector, which is considered safer than a regular dust mask.
However, not everyone wants to take the plunge and install a filter, as some say it may cause a nuisance.
According to the American Association of Occupant Therapists, dust is a major contributor to asthma attacks, allergies, respiratory illness and the formation of mold.
It can also cause chronic lung disease, which can lead to chronic respiratory infections.
The American Academy said in its study that the majority of households in the U.S. have at least one adult or children who are allergic to dust.
It noted that dust allergies are often milder than those with asthma, and the risk of developing allergic diseases is lower.
The study found that more than 90 percent of people have been tested for allergies to dust by a physician, and less than a quarter of the people tested had been diagnosed with asthma or allergies.
However and more than one-third of the adults surveyed reported they had never been diagnosed as having asthma.