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Reviews - Hygiene Hypothesis

Title

Author

Publication Type

Published

Webber Training teleclass: Are we too clean for our own good? - the hygiene hypothesis and its implications for public health

Bloomfield SF

Review

24/04/2014

Microbial “Old Friends”, immunoregulation and socioeconomic status

Rook GAW Raison CL Lowry CA

Review, Best practice

04/02/2014

The Old Friends Hypothesis

Graham Rook

Review

12/08/2013

The Hygiene Hypothesis, Old Friends and Their Implications for Child Health and Home Hygiene. Symposium Presentations, 6th June 2013, 6th Europaediatrics Conference, Glasgow

Rook GA, Bloomfield SF

Review

11/06/2013

The Hygiene Hypothesis and its Implications for Home Hygiene, Lifestyle and Public Health

Stanwell Smith R, Bloomfield SF, Rook GA

Review, Best practice

14/12/2012

The Hygiene Hypothesis and its implications for home hygiene, lifestyle and public health: Summary

Bloomfield SF, Stanwell Smith R, Rook GA

Review, Best practice

03/10/2012

The hygiene hypothesis and implications for home hygiene

Stanwell Smith R, Bloomfield SF

Review, Best practice

01/12/2004

Too clean or not too clean: the hygiene hypothesis and home hygiene - a review of the scientific evidence base

Bloomfield SF, Stanwell-Smith R, Crevel RWR, Pickup J

Review, Best practice, Journal article

01/12/2004

Are we too clean: a report of a symposium on the hygiene hypothesis and its implications at the Royal Institute of Public Health, London, September 2002

Stanwell-Smith R

Review

01/03/2003

Consensus statement on the Hygiene Hypothesis

Professor David Strachan, Professor John Warner, Pickup J, Dr Martin Schweiger, Professor Hugh Pennington, Dr Rosalind Stanwell-Smith, Dr Martin Jones

Review, Best practice

01/03/2002

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