Spring is here, along with increased allergy-related sniffles, sneezing and watery eyes. Allergies can be caused by a number of things inside your own home. Dust mites, furred animals, pollen and mold are all common household allergens.
To determine whether or not your child has allergies, it's important to be familiar with allergy-related clues. Some of these include cold-like symptoms that last for more than a week or two and recurrent coughing.
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