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Home Allergy Treatment Directory

Allergies can plague you indoors and outdoors, and it can be difficult to find relief, especially in peak allergy seasons. Many turn to home treatments to help ease the symptoms. Some favorites are neti pots (nasal irrigation), dust mite mattresses, HEPA filters, non-carpeted floors, bleach, and many other ways to limit allergens in the home. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about home allergy treatments, what products are worth the money, and much more.

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