Allergy in Kids

  • May 23, 2018

    More Food Allergy Myths to Consider

    There are many different myths about food allergies. Some of them may even be dangerous for your health or life. Being familiar with these misconceptions can help to prevent life-threatening reactions. It is very important to share these food allergy myths with anyone who is related to allergies.   Myth...

  • May 4, 2018

    10 Myths About Food Allergies in Children

    Allergies to food are among the most commonly occurring allergic disorders. While lots of people, especially children, around the world are affected by food allergies, there are still many misconceptions about this condition. In this article, we will discuss 10 common myths about food allergies in children.   #1: Food...

  • March 21, 2018

    11 Ideas for Allergen-Free Afterschool Snack

    Once your little one gets back home after a long day at school, the first thing he (or she) thinks about is after school snacks. Many kids would just tuck into a bunch of exciting empty-calorie snacks, while others may come home to a snack that was already prepared by...

  • March 15, 2018

    What Are the Chances of Your Child Outgrowing a Milk Allergy?

    In many cases, children who are allergic to milk outgrow their allergies at some point in their lives. If you are a parent whose child has a milk allergy, you may want to know whether your little one will outgrow it, and whether you could help.   At What Age...

  • March 14, 2018

    Peanut Butter Substitutes for Children with Peanut Allergies

    Peanut butter is probably the first thing you would think of when looking for something to spread on a slice of bread or a toast, while peanut butter and jelly (often referred to as PB&J) sandwich is a classic packaged lunch for children at school. However, peanut is also one of...

  • March 6, 2018

    Taking Supplements While Pregnant or Breastfeeding Can Reduce the Risk of Allergy in Kids?

    According to a recent research, pregnant or breastfeeding women can help to reduce their child’s risk for certain allergies, such as eczema or egg allergy, by taking fish oil and probiotic supplements. The link between the diet and supplements during pregnancy and breastfeeding and the risk of 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...

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