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Domestic ventilation rates, indoor humidity and dust mite allergens - Are our homes causing the asthma pandemic?

Howieson, Stirling (2003) Domestic ventilation rates, indoor humidity and dust mite allergens - Are our homes causing the asthma pandemic? In: Healthy Housing: promoting good health, a conference sponsored by the World Health Organisation, Chartered Institute of Environmental Health, Royal Society for the Promotion of Health and the University of Warwick, 2003-03-19. (Unpublished)

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Abstract

This speech discusses domestic ventilation rates, indoor humidity and dust mite allergens, and asks if our homes are causing the asthma pandemic. It was presented at the Healthy Housing: promoting good health in 2003.