Fall is a time of year during which many children with seasonal allergies have a flare of their allergic symptoms. Ragweed is a common offender, but other pollens can be aggravating to those with fall-time seasonal allergies. Click HERE for a pollen and air quality report for the Nashville area. Remember to give your child’s daily allergy medication if you have been directed to do so by your doctor. If you feel like your child may have seasonal allergies, call us with any questions.