Tag "seasonal allergies"

If your child has an upcoming allergy skin prick test, you may be wondering what is involved. After all, you were informed that you could be in the allergy clinic for a couple of hours. So what exactly happens during › Continue Reading

Fall is here, and kids all over the Midwest know what that means: It’s time to jump in big piles of leaves! But that might not be such a good idea for kiddos who suffer from environmental allergies. Let’s Talk › Continue Reading

Are there more sniffles and sneezes around your house than usual? With this season often come the runny noses and itchy eyes that fall allergies bring. If you have a child with seasonal allergies, here’s what you need to know › Continue Reading

I think it’s safe to say that most parents are excited when the weather begins to change and Spring blossoms. Among other things, it means their kids will have nicer weather for more outdoor play. But the nicer weather can › Continue Reading

Runny, stuffy or itchy noses, sneezing, coughing, fatigue, and headaches are common symptoms of both seasonal allergies and colds. Dr. Michelle Lierl, a pediatric allergist at Cincinnati Children’s, reveals two telltale signs to help parents recognize the difference. “Watch how › Continue Reading