Allergic children may seem to have 'colds' more often, and the so-called 'cold' will persist for a longer time especially if they have nasal allergy and their noses run all the time.It is only when they are actually diagnosed as being allergic that the penny drops and the child can be correctly treated for the allergy.Allergic children are not usually more susceptible to childhood infections and coughs and colds than non-allergic children of the same age.
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