The National Pest Management Association is reminding people that cockroaches can be an allergy and asthma trigger. In addition to allergies, cockroaches can spread 33 different bacteria, 6 parasitic worms and 7 other know human pathogens. " In recognition of National Allergy and Asthma Awareness Month, celebrated each May, the National Pest Management Association (NPMA) is reminding families that cockroach allergens can trigger allergies and asthmaattacks. The saliva, droppings and decomposing bodies of cockroaches contain allergen proteins known to trigger allergies and increase the severity of asthma symptoms, especially in children." To read the complete article please click here