Mold is a common trigger for those with allergies or asthma. When you have mold indoors, even those without allergies can suffer. Mold can grow in a variety of colors and places, but mold thrives in dark, moist areas. The best way to control mold is to reduce the moisture in your home as much as possible. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about what mold is, where it grows, how to stop it, and how to prevent health complications from mold.
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.
Prevent Mold in Your Home
Learn how to keep your home free of mold with the help of WebMD.
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.
Mold Allergy Self-Defense
Mold allergies are more common in warm weather, but can be a year-round problem. Here’s what to do.
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Common Allergy Triggers
From pollen and pets to food and bugs, find out the most common things that can trigger allergy symptoms.
10 Ways to Reduce Mold Allergies
Learn 10 ways to fight the fungus and reduce mold allergy symptoms from dust masks to bottles of bleach.
Bust Your Clutter Hotspots
Is clutter driving you crazy? Try these simple tips to clear 8 common clutter hotspots in your home.
Cold vs Allergies. Do You Know the Difference?
Do you have a cold or allergies? Take this quiz and find out.
Sniff Out the Facts About Your Sense of Smell
It's right under your nose, but what do you know about your sense of smell? Take this WebMD quiz to test your nose smarts about all things smelly.