Mold Allergy Directory
People with mold allergy can have an allergic reaction if exposed to mold spores. Symptoms of a mold allergy include wheezing, runny nose, watery eyes, rash, and more. Mold allergy is not the same as a mold or fungus infection. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about types of mold allergy, symptoms, how to treat it, and much more.
Am I Allergic to Mold Spores?
You might not see it before it gets to you.
Moisture and Mold Problems: Preventing and Solving Them in Your Home
Mold in the house isn’t just a problem for people with allergies or asthma. Prevent mold - and the health problems it causes - with these basic tips from the experts at WebMD.
Allergy- and Asthma-Proof Your Home
Learn more from WebMD about making your home as allergy- and asthma-proof as possible.
Controlling Indoor Mold-Topic Overview
Indoor mold (fungus) is very common in humid areas and in homes that have damp areas such as basements. Mold may trigger asthma symptoms,such as wheezing or coughing,or another allergic reaction,such as the rash of atopic dermatitis or stuffy nose of allergic rhinitis. Substances that trigger these reactions are called allergens. Although there is no strong evidence that reducing damp ...
Nasal Allergies and Household Mold
If you have a mold allergy, it’s important to limit your exposure to mold, especially indoors. Here’s how to prevent household mold development, clean indoor mold, and avoid outdoor mold.
Mold Allergy Self-Defense
Mold allergies are more common in warm weather, but can be a year-round problem. Here’s what to do.
Allergy Relief Tips Wherever You Go
Got allergies? Here are tips to help reduce your exposure to grasses, pollens and other allergens -- and still enjoy the outdoors.
5 Ways to Improve Indoor Air Quality
Air pollution isn’t just an outdoor concern. Mold, formaldehyde, and radon can make indoor air unhealthy. Follow these 12 steps to clean up the air in your home.
Allergies: Worst Offenders
Environmental and food allergies can really ruin your day – or month. Learn how to beat your symptoms and breathe easy.
Tips on Indoor Allergy Relief
Dust mites, pet dander, cockroaches and mold are the leading culprits of indoor allergies.
Know Your Allergy Triggers
The first step in finding relief from your allergies is knowing your triggers.
Keep Your Home Allergy Free
Allergic reactions can range from mild and annoying to sudden and life-threatening. Get the keys to keeping your home allergy free.