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Dust mites - getting rid of themFeatured science projectScience project video
This science fair project was performed to find out the best method of getting rid of dust mites. The science experiments were done using dust mite-infected pillow cases and employing various methods to remove the dust mites from them.
Difficulty: Middle school
Which kinds of nasal allergy decongestants dissolve the quickest in water and stomach acid
The purpose of this experiment was to test which allergy nasal decongestant dissolved the fastest in water and simulated stomach acid. The information gained from this experiment will benefit society by doctors, physicians, and people having the knowledge of when a decongestant is completely dissolved in their stomach.
Difficulty: Middle school
Which brand of furnace filter strains air particles best?
The purpose of this experiment was to find out which brand of furnace filter was most effective at straining particles from the air. The information gained from this experiment would help consumers to figure out which brand of air filters to buy for the best performance.
Difficulty: Elementary school
Do peanuts served on airlines caused allergic reactions in some passengers?
My investigative question is "Fear of Flying: Am I Allergic to That Flight?" This is concerned with the presence of peanut snacks provided on airplanes and passengers who may have servere reactions to them.
Difficulty: Middle school
Investigation of the immunological mechanism inducing cows’ milk sensitive enteropathy
This research project aims to investigate a possible link between the biological basis for allergy to cows' milk and the general rise in allergies among children. The aim of this project is to see if there is an association between the behaviour of certain immune cells in children who are allergic to cows’ milk and the general increase in development of allergies of all kinds among children.
Difficulty: High school
The prevalence and natural history of peanut allergy and the investigation into its genetic environment and immunological determinants
This research project aims to investigate the prevalence of peanut allergy in UK children and the factors affecting the development of peanut allergy.
Difficulty: High school
Development of food intolerance in atopic and non-atopic families - influence of maternal nutrition and infant feeding practice in pre-term infants
This research projects aim to look at how such factors as feeding practices, a child's sex and social conditions influence the development of food intolerances in babies that were born prematurely. This project looked at a group of 257 infants born prematurely, some of whom came from families with a tendency to develop allergies and some who didn't. It compared the two to investigate whether pa
Difficulty: High school
Does eating eggs during pregnancy and breastfeeding have any influence on the incidence of egg allergy in infants.
The aim of this project is to see whether excluding egg from the mother's diet during pregnancy and until the end of breastfeeding has any influence on the incidence of egg allergy in the infants.
Difficulty: Middle school
Do food additives influence the behaviour of young children?
This study looked at the influence of certain food additives on the behaviour of three-year-old children.
Difficulty: Elementary school
What types of food cause the oral allergy syndrome?
Oral allergy syndrome mainly occurs in people who are also sensitive to tree or grass pollens and involves itching, swelling or the development of a rash where certain types of food (e.g. fresh fruit and vegetables) touch the lips and mouth. For example, people who are allergic to birch pollen may also be allergic to apples.
Difficulty: Middle school
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