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Typically, children under age 3 don’t have allergies. If you have a little one who appears to be experiencing symptoms, talk to your pediatrician.

If one parent has allergies, there's a 50 percent chance their child will have allergies too. If both parents have allergies, that chance jumps to 75 percent.

Children's Allergy Action Guide

Description: 

Typically, children under age 3 don’t have allergies. If you have a little one who appears to be experiencing symptoms, talk to your pediatrician.

If one parent has allergies, there's a 50 percent chance their child will have allergies too. If both parents have allergies, that chance jumps to 75 percent.

Children's Allergy Action Guide

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Here are some simple steps you can take to reduce your child’s exposure to allergens, both around the house and while outdoors.

Cut the Clutter
Knickknacks collect dust and are hard to clean. Store children’s toys, games, and stuffed animals in plastic bins to get rid of those dust-collectors.

A Laundry-Line Farewell
Hanging laundry outside can attract pollen, causing your child’s allergies to flare up. Use a dryer instead.