Like other airborne allergens, mold can cause watery eyes, breathing and sinus problems and even asthma.
Mold in the home is nothing to sneeze at. Use these tips to help stop mold growth in its tracks.
It’s a common problem but one you can’t ignore. If there’s mold in your home, follow these guidelines to get rid of it, quick.
The house is clean so why are you still coughing and wheezing? Allergens are probably hiding where you least expect to find them. Let Allergic Living help you find the hidden allergy triggers in your home and banish them once and for all.
Our Allergic Living columnist discovers four outstanding residences that incorporate allergy and air quality considerations, green sensibility and, of course, great looks.
Suffering from allergies and asthma? Clean your house the right way and avoid polluting the air and making matters worse.
The Merck ‘Allergy Relief House’ is making its way across Canada, setting up shop in public locations to educate allergy sufferers on ways to combat their symptoms.
It’s time for a change – and a new kitchen can be a great way to give your home a serious spring spruce-up, and make it healthier, too. But if you or someone in your family has allergies and asthma, there are important steps you need to take.
With the cooler weather, we’re indoors more than ever. To help keep allergies at bay, ditch the broadloom in favor of one of Allergic Living’s top choices for an allergy-free floor.
No more musty, moldy underworld. Transform your basement into a livable, breathable space.