Every room in your house is a potential host for the sources of allergies -- pet hair, dust and mold. But keeping an allergen-free house is not an impossibility. Learn more about allergy-proofing your home.
There are a lot of ways to keep unwelcome guests out of your home, but what about the ones that make you sneeze? Here, we'll help you learn how to locate and kill household allergens. See more »
Anyone with allergies can tell you, the sneezing and watery eyes that come with them are no fun. Luckily, there are at-home solutions to cleaning your house from allergens. See more »
If you're one of 50 million Americans suffering from allergies, your bedroom may contribute to frequent sniffling and sneezing. Specifically, mattress allergens may be to blame. So what can you do to prevent reactions and get on with your day? See more »
Dust mites are eight-legged creatures that don't bite or cause illness. But because they're so tiny and live in dust particles, they can be tricky to avoid no matter how often you clean your home. See more »
When you're suffering from allergies, there's nothing you want to do more than hide under your covers. Too bad that's the wrong move -- there are a host of allergens breeding and growing in your home. See more »
If you have allergies, you probably know that dreaded dust mites live in your mattresses, carpets and rugs. But what kind of vacuum works best to remove these eight-legged intruders? See more »
Which allergies can your kids outgrow? Is there any such thing as a cat or dog that will not cause allergic reactions in sensitive people? Learn the answers to these questions and more fascinating facts about five common household allergens. See more »