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Allergy-Proof Your Home in 7 Steps

Allergy sufferers know that a day in the park can trigger severe sniffling. But retreating indoors to clear up a stuffy nose or watery eyes won't work if you don't address the air quality inside your home. Whether it's pollen, mold, or dust that sets off your sneezes, there are actions you can take to allergy-proof your home.

Allergy-Proof Your Home in 7 Steps

Seasonal allergies may not be devastating, but they're certainly a nuisance. This year, protect your health and cut down your expenditures on over-the-counter allergy medicine by allergy-proofing your home. Here are several ideas any homeowner can implement to improve indoor air quality and bid allergies adieu. | By Donna Boyle Schwartz, BobVila.com