Allergies can cause a runny nose, sneezing, itching, or coughing. Food allergies are the most common in babies, but pets and insects can also cause an allergic reaction. Learn about baby allergies and how to ease them.

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What Your Baby’s Poop May Be Telling You About Milk Allergies
Loose, mucous-y, or blood-tinged stool could indicate a cow’s milk protein allergy in babies. Here’s how to spot the symptoms.
All About Food Allergies in Babies
An upset tummy, a rash, or difficulty breathing are common signs of food allergies in babies. Learn what to do if you suspect this common phenomenon.
Should You Feed Your Baby Peanuts? The AAP Weighs In
In a consensus, the American Academy of Pediatrics and nine other medical professional organizations threw their weight behind a study recommending that peanut-containing products be introduced to babies.
Can Babies Have Seasonal Allergies?
If your baby is experiencing signs of hay fever—itchy and runny nose, watery eyes, sneezing—could he possibly have seasonal allergies? We spoke with experts to find out. 
Checklist: 10 Foods You Shouldn't Feed Baby
Play it safe: Save these foods for when baby is older, as they may be dangerous for her to eat now.
How to Give an Epinephrine Injection
Epinephrine can help treat severe anaphylactic reactions in children and adults. Learn when to administer an epinephrine shot and how to do it safely.

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Babies and Skin Allergies
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Does My Baby Have a Gluten Allergy?
Gluten hides in all sorts of foods -- it can even be in your breast milk! If you're worried that your baby might have a gluten allergy, here's what you need to know.