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Reviews - Hygiene Hypothesis

Title

Author

Publication Type

Published

The hygiene hypothesis misnomer and its potential impact on strategies to tackle the global problem of antibiotic resistance

Scott EA, Bloomfield SF

Review

21/06/2017

Cleaning up on the hygiene hypothesis - is it time to throw out the hygiene hypothesis?

Scudellari M

Review

21/02/2017

Time to abandon the hygiene hypothesis: new perspectives on allergic disease, the human microbiome, infectious disease prevention and the role of targeted hygiene

Bloomfield SF, Rook GAW, Scott EA, Shanahan F, Stanwell-Smith R, Turner P.

Review

21/07/2016

Are antibiotics a contributory factor to the rise in allergic and other Chronic Inflammatory Diseases?

Bloomfield SF

Review

13/10/2014

“Are we too clean” – an outdated concept or a concept in need of clarification?

Bloomfield SF

Review

05/06/2014

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

Best practice, Review

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

Best practice, Review

14/12/2012

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