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SPIREs (synthetic peptide immuno-regulatory epitopes) therapy shows promise for hay fever and dustmite sufferers. October 2013
Are you allergic to your office? Allergy UK asks how many people may be allergic to the moulds and mites in their poorly ventilated offices; FoodsMatter asks how many of them may also be affected by the electrosmog in those offices and in the surrounding environment? 09/12
Is fighting the dust mite a waste of time? An examination into recent research on dustmites and why sufferers from dust mite-provoked allergies should keep fighting them – Dr Harry Morrow Brown 2008
Shellfish and house dust mite allergies: is the Link Tropomyosin? March 2016
In-house test kits help motivate parents to reduce allergens in their homes. November 2015
Some immunological disturbances caused by repeated exposure to the faeces of two house dust mite species in the valley and desert houses could be ameliorated by curcuma and karkade. May 2015
Despite its good success record, immunotherapy remains unpopular as a treatment for allergic rhinitis and seasonal allergies adn compliance is poor. June 2014
Combining SLIT with SCIT offers benefits for house-mite dust sensitised children with asthma. 10/11
Allergy immunotherapy tablets prove successful for both grass pollen and dust mites – Alex Gazzola reports – 2009
Dust mite fluctuations
Hotter is better
Do HEPA vacuums suck?
First Published in June 2006
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