Many people around the world suffer from dust-related allergies, caused mainly by tiny mites that live in bed linen and such things. Polish scientists report they have successfully tested a fabric that is impenetrable to the microscopic critters. Science reporter George Putic joins V-O-A's Susan Yackee to talk about it.
Allergy Fabric Q&A Yackee Putic 1790986
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