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(Video Inside) Seasonal allergies and the common cold can be so much alike that it’s sometimes hard to tell the two apart. But look closely and you can find clues about what’s going on. Ask yourself these questions to help figure out if your child could have allergies or a cold:
Doctors will then perform a skin prick test, typically on the forearm or back, using concentrated extracts of the food in question. We then wait approximately 10 minutes to see if a wheal or hive forms.
Asthma in Children – When parents hear they have a child with asthma or reactive airway disease, they are often fearful that their child will have a serious, life-threatening, life-long illness that may lead to frequent hospitalizations and long-term medication use. Most cases of childhood asthma, or what we call ‘reactive airway disease,’ are otherwise healthy children with recurrent coughing or wheezing episodes.
When a child has a persistent cough or difficulty breathing, some physicians will prescribe puffers to help.