Helpful Tools & Tips for Moms
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Pollen, mold, dust mites, pets - in children with allergies, these are among the things that can trigger symptoms that are difficult to tell apart from symptoms of the common cold:
Generally, allergy symptoms tend to hang on longer than cold symptoms. If your child has respiratory problems that last longer than a week or two, see your healthcare provider.
These tips can help reduce your child's exposure to the most common culprits behind allergies in the air:At Home
Trees, grasses and weeds are the most common plant carriers of the pollen that can cause allergy symptoms. Depending on where you live, different plants will release large amounts of pollen into the air at different times of year. Generally, mornings are the time when the most pollen is released, and even moreso on windy days. Check local conditions for peak seasons, and try to avoid too much outdoor exposure during those times.When Traveling