Whether it's food allergies or seasonal allergies, children with allergies can encounter triggers at home, at school and everywhere in between. Seasonal allergies in children have the same symptoms as adults, with sneezing, itchy eyes, sore throat and a cough that may be worse at the night. Food allergies can be more serious, as a child can have an anaphylactic reaction if exposed to a trigger. Being prepared and making sure your child is aware of their allergy triggers is an important step to keeping them safe.
A woman is like a tea bag - you can't tell how strong she is until you put her in hot water - Eleanor Roosevelt Some events in life have such a tremendous impact that you view your life as “before” and “after” this life-changing occurrence. For some of us, that event was our child’s diagnosis of life-threatening food allergies or…