Allergy (Pediatric) Overview Make an Appointment Find a Doctor Ask a Question Reviewed by Christine B. Cho, MD (October 01, 2015) Frequent sneezing, runny nose or irritated eyes may seem like a common cold or other illness, but your child might actually have some type of pediatric allergy. Many children experience allergy symptoms such as these, commonly triggered by pollen, mold, pets, types of food, medicines and more. Thanks to modern advancements in the diagnosis and treatment of allergies, it's easier than ever to determine to what your child is allergic and give him or her the appropriate treatment. Common allergies include: Animal allergy Dust mite allergy Insect sting allergy Food allergy Latex allergy Medication allergy Mold allergy Pollen allergy Read a brief story that illustrates what causes allergy. Pediatric Allergic Rhinitis Children with seasonal allergic rhinitis have been sensitized to outdoor allergens, such as tree pollens, grasses and weeds. Lifestyle Management with Pediatric Allergies An important part of treating or preventing any disease, including pediatric allergies, is lifestyle management. Pediatric Allergies and School Pediatric Allergies and the Holidays Programs & Services Allergy Treatment Programs (Pediatric) Clinical Trials For more than 100 years, National Jewish Health has been committed to finding new treatments and cures for diseases. Search our clinical trials.