Exposing Kids to Dogs, Cats Early Can Pay Off
Researchers were shocked to learn that exposing children to house pets might make it less, rather than more, likely that they would develop an allergy to dander and fur. But this is just the beginning of the "tail" when it comes to accommodating allergic pet lovers. "I had a dog growing up," recalls
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Mosquito Repellents: What Works
Mosquitos don't just whine in your ear and drive you mad with itching, but they also spread disease to more than 700 million people every year. Here's how to stay off a mosquito's menu.
Do you seem to get eaten alive when others are left alone? You're probably not just imagining it. Everyone's body
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When Pollen Count Is Too High for Kids With Allergies
Have kids with allergies? Keep them entertained when staying indoors with these fun ideas for tots and tweens!
10 Questions to Ask Your Pediatrician About Childhood Allergies
Your child’s doctor is a vital resource for all your questions about allergies in children. Yet it’s easy to forget the important things when you’re in the doctor’s office. Here’s a list of key questions to ask about allergies in children.
Tips for Handling Allergies in School
Talk to teachers about your child's special needs due to nasal allergies. You'll help your child do better, academically and socially.
Lighten Your Child's Allergy Load
Reduce your child's allergy symptoms by sweeping away triggers. Check this list of common allergy triggers and how to avoid them.
Keeping Kids Happy Despite Allergy Symptoms
Symptoms of seasonal allergies leaving your kids down in the dumps? Perk them up with these simple home treatments.
Allergy Medicine Tips for Children
While there's no cure for allergies, you can manage your child's allergy symptoms by pre-medicating with medicines such as antihistamines and nasal sprays.