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The common cold is a viral contagion of the upper respiratory tract—mouth, nose, and throat. Due to its symptoms, it can be quite devastating watching your baby struggle with this condition. Unlike grownups, children are susceptible to infections because their immune system, lungs, and other organs, are not completely mature yet. This is why breastfeeding is of utmost importance to a baby’s health; breastmilk is filled with antibodies and chemicals that protect your baby from infections. Continue reading to learn more about the common cold in babies: what causes it, what the symptoms are, and how to cure a common cold in babies with natural home remedies.
Hay fever, also known as allergic rhinitis, is a type of allergy to pollen, dust, or pet dander. Mold can also sometimes trigger the symptoms of hay fever. There are two basic types of hay fever, seasonal and perennial. Seasonal, as the name implies affects people most during the changes of the seasons, usually from spring to summer and summer to fall. Perennial hay fever affects a person all year long. Sometimes, people can experience both types of hay fever at once, with the symptoms becoming worse around the changes of the seasons.