There is exactly one good thing to be said about allergies and that is that at least they’re not contagious. Otherwise, these reactions to irritants, with symptoms that include itchy eyes, runny noses, sneezing and headaches are exactly what you don’t want to experience, much less stand by and watch your children suffer through.
Although there’s no way to banish allergies altogether, it’s a good idea to be aware of the seasonal triggers in the United States. That way you’re well-equipped to avoid them when possible, and jump into action should a reaction occur. Below, what you need to know about six of the most common late summer and early fall allergens.
This post is sponsored by Children's Allegra.