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- More Quizzes - More quizzes to screen your kids for other common disorders, like asthma, food allergies, drug abuse, and depression.
Review the common symptoms and treatments for children with allergies, such as hayfever, seasonal and perenial allergies.
- Seasonal Allergies
Although some children have perennial or year round allergies that are often triggered by things inside the house, many other kids have seasonal allergies that might be worse when the ragweed counts are high in the fall, for example, or in the spring, when pollens and grasses are in bloom. Learn more about seasonal allergies.
Hives, which are also called, welts, wheals, and urticaria, are a common of an allergic reaction, and can be caused by food allergies, medications, insect bites, and many other triggers.
- Allergy Medications
Learn about medications used to treat allergies, including antihistamines, decongestants and topical nasal steroids.
- Allergy Poll - Do you kids have allergies?
- Kids and Food Allergies - When Food Becomes the Enemy
- Preventing Food Allergies - My son has a severe allergy to peanuts. I am now pregnant with my second child. Is there anything I can do to prevent my baby from also developing allergies?
- About Seasonal Allergies
Think you might have seasonal allergies? Hay fever is the classic form of seasonal allergies, occurring in response to various plant pollens in the air. Find out which types of plants cause allergies during different times of the year, and how you might be able to avoid exposure to these pollens.