antihistamine to reduce symptoms of itchy, watery
eyes; sneezing; or a runny, itchy nose. Be sure to read and follow any warnings
on the label. Don't give antihistamines to your child unless you've checked
with the doctor first.
Allergies that are worse in damp weather. Mold may be the cause of allergies that get worse in damp
weather. Mold produces spores that move, like pollen, in outdoor air during
warmer months. During winter months, indoor molds can also be a
Indoor allergies. Newer, energy-saving homes that are
built with double- or triple-paned windows and more insulation keep heat and allergens indoors.