Studies suggest they can play a role in protecting your home from the flu.
What places harbor the most bacteria in your house? The answers might surprise you
Removing 100% of allergens from your home is impossible, but these simple steps can still go a long way for you and the air you breathe.
Where common indoor air pollutants come from and where they're commonly found in your home is the first piece of knowledge you'll need to improve the air quality in your living space.
Grooming your cat and keeping your home clean will go a long ways in reducing the amount of dander in your home.
Dust mites are nasty, but they're no match for you and these easy to handle tips.
Pollen allergies don't stop in the summer. If you're afflicted with a ragweed allergy, prepare for the fall here.
MERV is a value used to quantify how effective your air filter is against common household pollutants.
With school out for the summer, kids will be playing outside all the time. We have some quick and easy tips to keep their time outdoors a lot safer.
Suffer from pet allergies? Take a look at these quick tips to keep you and your furry friend happier.
Yes, yes, we know we keep harping on pollen. That's partly because so many people are affected by allergies and partly because, in the south, the pollen is terrible! Like really bad.
Spring tree pollen is either on its way or already here. A little preparation can make it a lot more tolerable for all the allergy sufferers out there.