Thursday: October 14, 2010
LIVELINES: ALLERGY CALLS
The cool crisp weather brings no relief for allergy sufferers. As we've said before ragweed is one of the biggest triggers this time of year, but what about when it comes too children and fall allergies.
Dr. Lee Perry was our guest. He says children are hit with a lot of triggers inside the school building such as dust mites, mold, chalk dust, and cafeteria food.
Dr. Perry says it is also important for children to remember not to eat any Halloween candy before they get home and have their parents check it.