Allergies in children – what are they? And what can you do about them? This guide explains causes and treatments for allergies in children and teenagers.
If your child has food allergies, your child must avoid the foods she’s allergic to. You need to know the symptoms and how to treat an allergic reaction.
Food intolerance symptoms in children and teens include bloating, diarrhoea and stomach pain. If you think your child has food intolerance, talk to your GP.
If your child has allergies to dust mites, pollen, grass, animals, latex, insect stings and bites, read this guide for reliable allergy management advice.
Lactose intolerance symptoms in babies include runny poo and a red bottom. In kids and teens, symptoms include wind, tummy pain and bloating. See your GP.