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.
If you have pets, you're likely to have fur issues. A pet-hair-filled house can be a challenge for any vacuum cleaner -- and not all floor cleaners are created equally. Making the right purchase requires careful consideration of several factors.
Whether it's dust mites, pollen particles or dander that trigger your allergy symptoms, carpets and rugs make inviting, long-term homes for allergens. Is there any relief in sight? And could the type of vacuum you use make a difference?
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?
If you're one of 34 million Americans diagnosed with asthma or one of 50 million with allergies, you might want to know what products are asthma and allergy friendly. So where do you turn for help choosing new appliances that meet your needs?