Allergy in Kids

  • January 9, 2018

    Can You Cure Multiple Food Allergies in Kids?

    A recent research study has shown promising results concerning the treatment of multiple food allergies in kids.     About 30 percent of people that have food allergies are allergic to multiple foods, which, according to experts, increases the risk of exposure to a trigger. This also results in a...

  • December 22, 2017

    Allergy in Kids: How Can You Control Allergies at School?

      In the United States, up to 4 children out of 10 have seasonal allergies. Besides, estimated 6 percent of infants under the age of 3 are allergic to certain foods. Allergies can greatly affect your child’s well-being and productivity while in school, and he also may miss some important...

  • December 12, 2017

    Nasal Allergies in Kids: How Do You Treat Them?

      Both adults and kids may have many different types of allergies. If your little one is affected by nasal allergies, the most common of which are allergic reactions to pollen, there are some medications on the market you should know about. Before giving any medicine to your child (and...

  • December 3, 2017

    Is My Child Allergic? 4 Common Allergy Triggers in Preschoolers and What to Do About Them

    You are euphoric, and for good reason. You have just given birth to a beautiful, healthy baby. Everything is going smoothly: the newborn’s lusty cries are proof of a good set of lungs; she demonstrates a voracious appetite that is easily satisfied by breastfeeding; and the infant exhibits the ability...

  • September 7, 2017

    Food Allergy in Children: What Is True and What Is False

    Food allergies are a major concern of many parents who believe that their child may have an allergy to everything. Their desire to protect their kid is understood, but it is important not to turn their worries into unreasonable fears. In reality, the risk of food allergies really exists, but...

  • August 30, 2017

    Allergy to Baby Formula

    Babies who suffer from allergy to soy and/or milk don’t have enough available options what to consume when it comes to the choice of formula. Actually, there are three types of hypoallergenic baby formulas which would be helpful for infants who are at a risk of having an allergy or...

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