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.
When to Get an Allergy Test for Your Child
Is your child sneezing and sniffling during allergy season? Find out how to know if allergy tests are the right thing for him.
Will My Child Outgrow Her Allergies?
WebMD tells you which allergies your child may outgrow.
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.
Kids, Allergies, and Eczema
Eczema and allergies often go together. Here's what you need to know about the connection between the two and how to reduce symptoms.
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.
Child Cold or Allergies? Recognizing the Symptoms of Each
WebMD helps you determine whether your child has a common cold or a case of allergies. Learn the symptoms and how to distinguish the two.
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.
Exposing Kids to Dogs, Cats Early Can Pay Off
Research shows early exposure to pet dander and fur can ward off allergies later.