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Reviews - Hygiene Hypothesis

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Author

Publication Type

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The hygiene hypothesis - a misnomer which is undermining hygiene and infection prevention strategies

Sally F Bloomfield

Review

16/04/2019

New research study showing a link between microbe exposure in early life and childhood leukaemia

Bloomfield SF

Review

18/07/2018

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

Evolution, human-microbe interactions, and life history plasticity

Rook G., Backhead F, Levin BR, McFall-Ngai MJ, McLean AR

Review

06/04/2017

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“Are we too clean” – an outdated concept or a concept in need of clarification?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

Review, Best practice

04/02/2014

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