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My House Is Killing Me! The Home Guide for Families With Allergies and Asthma
Allergies
Written by Maff     July 17, 2007    
This was one of the first books I read on allergies in the home and it remains one of my favourites. The author explores the whole range of allergens that can cause people problems at home, from dust and pet dander, to mold and bacteria. The author also discusses which of these allergens are likely to be a problem in each room in the house. The book is written in a very straightforward style with easy to follow instructions and this is backed up with useful illustrations.

This book is highly recommended for anyone who suffers, or whose family suffers, from allergies at home and needs an easy to read yet comprehensive guide to reducing troublesome allergens.

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7.8
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9.0
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Maff Reviewed by Maff July 17, 2007
Last updated: July 30, 2009
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Invaluable guide for those plagued by allergies at

This was one of the first books I read on allergies in the home and it remains one of my favourites. The author explores the whole range of allergens that can cause people problems at home, from dust and pet dander, to mold and bacteria. The author also discusses which of these allergens are likely to be a problem in each room in the house. The book is written in a very straightforward style with easy to follow instructions and this is backed up with useful illustrations.

This book is highly recommended for anyone who suffers, or whose family suffers, from allergies at home and needs an easy to read yet comprehensive guide to reducing troublesome allergens.

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