Allergy Doctor | Summer Allergies in Charleston Summertime in Charleston is a beautiful season that allows locals to experience all of the fun outdoor activities that the area has to offer. However, summertime can also READ MORE
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Asthma medications can be confusing for patients. Between the pills, rescue inhalers, long acting inhalers, and other treatments, sometimes knowing what to take and when to take it can be difficult. You should always work READ MORE
Spending a day on the beach with 30 to 50 percent humidity is comfortable for most people in Charleston, SC; however, once the humidity starts to reach 60 percent or higher, people with asthma can READ MORE
Allergy season is right around the corner, and if your children are seeing a Charleston allergy doctor, now is the time to ask them about the best allergy medications for kids. Itchy eyes, running noses, READ MORE
Everyone has experienced a nosebleed at one time in their life, and while the sudden blood loss may be a little scary, nosebleeds are generally no big deal. Some people suffer from excessive or frequent READ MORE
Hearing loss is the most common birth defect, affecting two to four children out of every 1,000 in the United States. Hearing is a vital component to the development of language, speech, psycho-social, and cognitive READ MORE
ENT Doctor West Ashley | ENT Health and Sleep Apnea Sleep apnea is a condition that causes the loss or pausing of breathing while you are sleeping. Most of the time an episode of sleep READ MORE
Charleston Allergy and Asthma | Does Spring Bring the Worst Pollen? Charleston allergy and asthma sufferers dread the spring each year when the increase in pollen in the air will make them miserable. The tree READ MORE
ENT Doctor West Ashley | Beating Winter Sniffles Although winter weather is mild in South Carolina, colds and flu is still more prevalent during winter months. Dealing with stuffy or runny noses, headaches, sore throats, READ MORE
Charleston Allergy Doctor | What You Can Do About Tree Pollen Allergies Tree pollen in South Carolina coats every visible surface in a yellow dusty film every spring from March to May. There is no READ MORE