Mar 7, 2017
Post By: Children's Health
If your child has seasonal or year-round environmental allergies, you already know many of the basic facts. You know your child’s symptoms are triggered by allergens like pollen, dander, or mold spores. You’re aware that these symptoms can make outdoor sports and other activities difficult, if not impossible, for your child during certain months. And, you know your doctor can prescribe certain treatments to ease the sneezing, itching, and watery eyes that appear each year.
But there are also many allergy myths that circulate among parents, from old wives’ tales to new blog broadcasts, and Children’s Health would like to set the record straight. Read on to find out if some common statements you believed to be true are altogether accurate or flat-out false.
To learn more about allergies, talk to your doctor or visit the Children’s Health website.
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