Allergies in Children Directory
Allergies in children require extra planning for parents. Allergies make children cranky and irritable. Kids’ allergy symptoms include sneezing, watery eyes, and runny nose. An allergic reaction in kids ranges from mild to life-threatening. Knowing what triggers an allergic reaction is important in managing your children’s allergies and guarding their safety. Also, advice from a trusted pediatrician helps toward easing allergy symptoms. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about allergies in children, how to treat them, and more.
Allergy Medicine Tips for Children
While there's no cure for allergies, you can manage your child's allergy symptoms with medication. Here’s how.
10 Questions to Ask Your Pediatrician About Childhood Allergies
If your child has allergies, make sure to ask his doctor these key questions.
When to See a Pediatrician About Your Child's Allergies
Are allergies bugging your child? Find out when to see a doctor for their symptoms.
Medicines That May Cause a Rash in Children
Find out what kinds of medications can trigger a rash in your child.
Children and Allergies: Coping With Parental Burnout
Children’s chronic allergies can lead to parental burnout. These tips can help you cope and have more fun with your child.
Exposing Kids to Dogs, Cats Early Can Pay Off
Research shows early exposure to pet dander and fur can ward off allergies later.
Protect Your Child From Dangerous Allergies
Dangerous allergies can be frightening, especially for children and teens. Be proactive and safeguard your child from anaphylaxis with these parent-friendly strategies.
Will Moving Help My Child's Allergies?
Switching locations might be tempting, one allergy expert says, but it's not guaranteed to bring relief.