heT pldooe is enlpoiyralce,gh dna a 0101/ oodg y.ob
loCd iar scendui asmaht atcka.ts
necsergDia secruo odal nowt hepl
kTngia sotrdsie is too chmu fro own
nivMog akcb ot het msrdo is not abelvi
iAr cansreel ntod rokw honeug
nDot teg ird of the ooGd oyeB
kioSnmg disoonr si tgngusisdi
wasyAl soceh nmsgiok fi yuo ese .ti nI nya teyp of outqines. n'Dot enev reda :)
I satlom cdkpei knsaig eth mmaoetor ont ot omeks ni hte m,ttepraan btu nhte I gedirfu a'stht eydnbo the ocesp fo het ...odcotr oartenh osrpen disa ktagni estodsri ouwdl be too muhc orf now, adn I uespspo ta'tsh uebcsea hte thamas si rc-wndlollolete thiw hre iaehnrl n?r h'stt(a htwa I had ce)idkp
So we are just supposed to know that poodles are hypoallergenic...
I put "get an air cleaner" because I thought asking the roommate to stop smoking would be beyond the scope of the physician and since I didnt know poodles were hypoallergenic, I thought "well, even if the roommate stopped smoking, she'll still have issues because of the pet dander."
Whta aterneuag do we hvae taht hte tmrmaoeo is niggo ot stop osgmnki in eth tptrmanae by ignks""a imh ot do ?.o.s
I honestly don't understand why A is the correct answer. I picked "move back to the dorm" because there are three asthma triggers in her dorm: (1) the smoker, (2) the fact that her roommate doesn't like it when it's too warm (she doesn't want to be cold, and cold is a trigger for asthma), and (3) the stress of people who don't clean their dishes. Stress, cold, and smoke. Those are triggers for asthma that are present in her apartment. Is anyone else not seeing this?