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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.

  • April 19th, 2012  |
  • By HANNAH CAMPBELL

This fall, Soddy Daisy Smiles is celebrating its sixth anniversary with Drs. Robert and Mandy Shearer, a husband-and-wife dental team. The Shearers moved their office into a new state-of-the art location three years ago, and since then, they have made every effort possible to bring the latest dental technology to Soddy-Daisy.

  • Oct. 30th, 2014  |

People around the world suffer from neck and back pain on a daily basis. Spinal decompression, a gentle, non-surgical form of therapy, may be the best solution for many patients with back ailments.

  • Oct. 23rd, 2014  |

Hickory Valley Retirement Community threw the party of the season Oct. 10, celebrating the arrival of cooler temperatures and changing leaves with a Harvest Fest celebration. Attendees feasted on a Low Country boil and seasonal desserts, sipped apple cider and danced and tapped their feet to tunes from a live band as the afternoon passed on.

  • Oct. 16th, 2014  |
  • By Katie West

An unfortunate truth of podiatry is that many medical conditions can affect the feet of anyone – whether they are sedentary or active, overweight or not.

  • Oct. 9th, 2014  |
  • By Katie West

It’s not something to brag about, but Chattanooga consistently ranks in the top 10 worst cities for allergy sufferers, according to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation. And while the weather is finally cooling down, the fall allergy season is heating up.

  • Oct. 2nd, 2014  |
  • By Katie West

Family dynamics are often affected by the stress of an unpleasant reality: an aging loved one who requires help from a caregiver.

Today’s advances in wireless technology have changed people’s attitudes towards hearing aids. Feedback or whistling from hearing aids while on a phone (home or cell) should be a problem of the past.

In the past, contact lenses may not have been an option for many patients, but today there are lenses available for almost everyone.















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