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.
Common Allergy Triggers
WebMD provides a comprehensive overview of common allergy triggers, including pollen, pet dander, mold, dust mites, insect stings, latex, foods, and drugs.
Am I Allergic to Mold Spores?
WebMD explains allergies to food-borne mold and what to do to avoid them.
Allergy- and Asthma-Proof Your Home
Learn more from WebMD about making your home as allergy- and asthma-proof as possible.
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.
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.
Spotting Hidden Allergy Triggers, Like Dust Mites, Mold, and Pollen
Why are you snuffling and sneezing? Allergy triggers are hidden everywhere -- is one of these bothering you?
Tips on How to Eliminate Built-up Toxins in the Home
Do you have a sick house? Lead paint, pesticides, and pollution can contribute to sick house syndrome. Here are 10 things you can do to keep your house, and you, healthy.