Is your child sneezing, coughing, or rubbing their eyes more than usual?

It might be allergy season!

Allergy Season

Allergy season can be particularly challenging for children, as they experience symptoms like sneezing, itching, and congestion. These symptoms are often triggered by common allergens such as pollen, dust mites, mold, and pet dander. During allergy season, it’s important for parents to be vigilant in managing their child’s allergies. This includes staying informed about pollen levels in their area, using appropriate medications as advised by their pediatrician, and creating an allergen-free environment at home by keeping windows closed and regularly cleaning bedding and surfaces. Teaching good hygiene practices, promoting a healthy diet, and ensuring proper hydration are also key in helping children cope with allergies

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As flowers bloom, so do allergies, especially in kids. Here are essential lips from Yakima Pediatrics to keep your little ones safe and symptom-free this season:

Know the Pollen Count:

Gheck daily pollen levels to plan your outdoor activities when counts are low.

Wash Away Pollen:

Bathe children after outdoor play to remove allergens from skin and hair.

Keep Windows Closed:

During high pollen days, keep home and car windows closed to minimize exposure.

Consult with Allergists:

Schedule an appointment with Yakima Pe<liatrics to discuss the best allergy management plans and treatments.

Stay informed, stay prepared, and kee:p those springtime sniffles at bay with help from Yakima Pediatrics.

Contact us to book your appointment.

Your health matters, and we’re here to support you every step of the way.


Yakima Pediatrics

(Pediatrics, Teen Health)


Phone: (509) 575-0114
Address: 402 S. 12th Ave Yakima, Washington 98902

Clinic Hours

Yakima Pediatrics is currently open Monday through Friday 8:00 am – 5:15 pm