If you're allergic to mold, you've probably already noticed: It can be tough to avoid the stuff. It doesn't just hide in dark, damp basements. It can also grow on your bathroom tiles or around your windows.
You can find it outside too, on leaves and rotting wood, and inside in damp basements. And you can bring it into your home on your shoes, where it settles in on the carpet.
For the thousands of children with seasonal allergies, rising pollen counts mean nasal congestion, itchy eyes, irritated throat, and feeling tired.
A good way to cope is to keep your kids away from allergy triggers like tree, grass, and weed pollen.
When the pollen count is high, keep allergic children indoors. But what do you do with bored, cranky kids?
To help, WebMD gathered tips from the experts -- parents and allergy doctors -- to help you keep tots and tweens entertained when the pollen...