Test Your Knowledge of COPD Triggers

  • People with COPD should take care to avoid getting a cold or the flu.

     

    A. True

     

    B. False

    Correct Answer
  • The air quality outside can affect your COPD symptoms.

     

    A. True

     

    B. False

    Correct Answer
  • Secondhand smoke doesn't affect people with COPD.

     

    A. True

     

    B. False

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  • Smoke from a wood-burning stove can trigger a flare-up.

     

    A. True

     

    B. False

    Correct Answer
  • Painting your living room can trigger COPD symptoms.

     

    A. True

     

    B. False

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  • You can reduce your exposure to pollen by:

     

    A. Staying inside when the pollen count is high

     

    B. Using an air conditioner to filter air

     

    C. Removing indoor plants

     

    D. A and B

     

    E. All of the above

    Correct Answer
  • You can keep mold out of your home by controlling moisture.

     

    A. True

     

    B. False

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  • Dust mites are common in dry areas of your home.

     

    A. True

     

    B. False

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  • Which of the following can cause a flare-up?

     

    A. Pet dander

     

    B. Pet skin flakes

     

    C. Pet urine

     

    D. Pet saliva

     

    E. All of the above

    Correct Answer
  • Your appliances can cause indoor pollution.

     

    A. True

     

    B. False

    Correct Answer