Written by: Leigh DoyleHelp for springtime sniffles
Winter may finally be over-but your child's persistently runny nose doesn't seem to think so. Could it be allergies? 'Hay fever, or seasonal allergic rhinitis, happens at a predictable time of year-spring and fall-and lasts much longer than a cold,' says Stuart Carr, a paediatric allergist in Edmonton.
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