Around this time of year, many people begin to summer from seasonal allergies. The symptoms of seasonal allergies include runny noses, itchy eyes, stuffed nasal cavity, throat clearing, snorting/sniffling, and sneezing. These can make living through the summer uncomfortable, but they’re mostly harmless (unless you hear wheezing, and then it’s time to visit the pediatrician to evaluate potential asthma). But for kids, they can be unbearable. Here are some ways to give your kids some relief.