While each season is beautiful in its own way, they also have their own health concerns. Whether it's col and flu season in the fall and winter or allergy season in the spring and summer, we'll keep you up-to-date with the latest seasonal trends. Keeping you informed is the first step in keeping your child happy and healthy every season. For more information on seasonal changes and what you can expect at each stage of your child's development, continue reading or contact us to schedule an appointment today.
North Carolina usually experiences three different pollen seasons. In the spring we get tree pollen, in the summer it is grass and weed pollen, and in the late summer and fall it is ragweed. But by following these simple tips when your allergies are at their worst, you can hopefully get a little relief.
If your child seems to constantly have a cold during this time of year, you might want to make sure it isn’t seasonal allergies. Here are some things to look for.
When trying to diagnose an allergy, it is helpful to keep a log to see when your child is suffering from symptoms. If you think your child does have an allergy, be sure to see your pediatrician. Your pediatrician can run some tests to see if any of the most common allergies are a problem.