A small study of households in India has purportedly associated higher levels of indoor pollutants, including household products, such as cosmetics and personal-care products that emit volatile organic compounds, with increased levels of asthma and hay fever. Titled “The Association of Household Air Pollution with Allergic Respiratory Diseases in Children,” the study was presented during the November 6-10, 2014, American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology’s (ACAAI ’s) annual scientific meeting in Atlanta. Researchers reportedly measured the indoor air in 70 households where no children had asthma or hay fever symptoms and the indoor air in 70 households that had at least one child with one of those conditions. See ACAAI News Release, November 7, 2014.