Allergies can get in the way of your child’s ability to sleep well, play, and function in school. Here’s what to look out for and how to determine if your child’s symptoms may be an allergy.
Children can contract allergies from coming into contact with allergens. Allergens can be inhaled, eaten, or injected (from stings or medicine) or they can come into contact with the skin. Allergies tend to run in families.
Food allergies in children are a nightmare for each parent. The symptoms are not always the obvious — skin rashes and itching. In fact, they manifest in many ways than one and are different for each food.
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You should exclude any foods from your child's diet that cause them to have an allergic reaction. Ask your doctor for a full allergy examination to avoid your child having to exclude essential foods, e.g. cow's milk, unnecessarily from their diet.
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