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With the approach of spring, many people are looking forward to fresh spring breezes, trees getting their leaves again, and flowers blooming. But for those who suffer from allergies these things are dreaded more than welcomed! And when it’s your child that has the allergies, it can be hard as a parent to see your child suffer. So prepare ahead of time, before you’re in the thick of it. Here’s how to prepare your child for seasonal allergies. See your child’s allergist Before the advent of spring, pay your child’s allergist a
“Mom, can we get a dog please??????" Your child begs for the fifth time this month. You may think of a pet as all fun and games for your child but an extra chore for you. However, asking for a pet can be an opportunity to introduce more responsibility, provide a fun friend for your child, and more. Read on to find out the benefits of pets for your child! Provide companionship and friendship Pets provide a friend and companion to your child! Research has even shown that having a pet can
Researchers estimate that 5.6 million children in America have food allergies. That’s about 1 in every 13 kids. And of those children, 40% are allergic to more than one food. If you suspect your child may have food allergies, or are concerned you won’t know the signs of an allergy, read this blog post for more insight. Of course, always bring up any concerns with your child’s pediatrician as well. What are common food allergens? The most common food allergies are to milk, eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, shellfish, fish, soy, and wheat.