Chattanooga Allergy Clinic physician Marc Cromie said spring allergy season started a full month early this year thanks to a warm winter, and it won’t stop until May. The air is still full of tree pollen.
The signs usually come on gradually, like a sort of creeping dread that suggests harder times lie ahead.
Tinnitus is the perception of sound in the ears or in the head when no external sound is present. The condition affects 44 million Americans, and many find that dealing with it is difficult at best. However, only 10-20 percent of people with tinnitus seek help for the condition, according to Johnson Audiology’s Dr. Guthrie.
New Balance Chattanooga is introducing the WX711 fitness trainer with CUSH+. Store co-owner Angela Kearney said this new style allows women athletes to work out in total comfort.
With sunshine and warmer days signaling the onset of spring and then summer, people are heading outside to soak up the sun. However, protective eyewear should not be overlooked.
Spring is a time of rebirth and renewal for many, and at Hickory Valley: A Senior Living Community, residents embrace that truth head on.
Believe it or not, tree pollen season is here in the Scenic City. As the buds on the trees begin to form and open, Chattanoogans are sure to start seeing that bright yellow powder that causes so much grief.
Hearing aid technology has become complicated, but hearing health doesn’t have to be. The Doctors of Audiology at Johnson Audiology will be hosting an educational seminar Monday, March 10th at 1a.m. to inform the public about changes in the hearing health care field. Lunch for this event will be catered by Olive Garden and for your convenience, Johnson Audiology will repeat this seminar at 11 a.m. on Friday, March 14th. Space is limited, so mark your calendar now and reserve your seat by calling Johnson Audiology at (423) 933-3623.
Whether it’s a basic question of everyday care or easing fear of a common dental procedure, Drs. Robert and Mandy Shearer of Soddy Daisy Smiles offer answers.