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Allergic rhinitis is a reaction that occurs when your child breathes in something he or she is allergic to, like dust, dander or pollen. Sometimes, allergic rhinitis is called hay fever.
How Boston Children's approaches Allergic Rhinitis
At Boston Children's, allergy disorders are tackled by a team approach, coordinating care with immunotherapy, behavior modification and investigational therapies. In addition, we offer numerous workshops and one-on-one consultations to help you and your child learn to live with chronic rhinitis.
Boston Children's is widely recognized as one of the world leaders in allergy and immunology treatment and research.
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