February 2, 2010

Occupational Health Clinic Animal Allergy Screening As Easy As the Click of a Mouse

Did you know that researchers who work with animals run the risk of developing allergies to the animals? Occupational Health conducts screenings to identify people who are starting to develop allergies to their animals, and we can intervene to protect the worker from overexposure and prevent asthma.

The annual allergy questionnaire is now completely electronic, so busy researchers can complete the screening quickly and easily.

Visit the Occupational Health Clinic Web site to learn more about the Animal Allergy Program and how to protect yourself, or listen to our podcast.

The Occupational Health Clinic is a part of Faculty and Staff Health and Wellness.