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Get Your Babies Ready for Fall!
According to Dr. Gellner, Some children seem to always have the sniffles. They get one cold after another after another. And many parents wonder, "Isn't my child having too many colds? Is there something wrong with their immune system?" The truth is, children start to get colds after about six months of age when the immunity they received from their mom fades and they have to build up their own immune system.
So don't worry too much momma!