Tag Archives: allergies

Eliminating Foods in Food Allergy

Food Allergy Research and Education has the information you need if you want to better understand the difference between food allergies and intolerance, or if your child has been diagnosed with a food allergy and you need to eliminate specific foods … Continue reading

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What Color is your Snot?

   

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Nosebleed Section

Nosebleeds are common in kids.  Here’s what you need for home care. A dry nose—from not drinking enough, indoor heating, or dry winter air—makes nosebleeds worse. Antihistamines will also dry the nose. Add a runny nose from a cold or … Continue reading

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Pollen Counts

Pollen is here and now’s the time to start thinking about allergies. Depending on the winter rain and temperature, trees in Northern California start pollenating in January and February. Grass will follow in March and go through June. Starting now … Continue reading

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Holiday Safety

The link to the annual holiday safety round up from the American Academy of Pediatrics for those making a list and checking it twice is here. This year there’s information about trees, lights, decorations, holiday food and drink safety, and … Continue reading

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