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It's sometimes difficult to know whether the problem is allergies or a common cold. The diagnosis is often made when parents seek their pediatrician's advice for a lingering cold that their child can't shake.

Pediatrician David Hill, MD, FAAP, comes on the Healthy Children radio to talk about a few, telling differences.


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