March 21, 2016
by Dr. Jeana S. Bush

Central Georgia’s Mild Winter Brings Spring Allergy Symptoms

Our mild winter means trouble for Central Georgians who suffer from allergies. The lack of cold weather means the plants pollinated earlier this year, and a rainy spring will mean faster plant growth and higher mold counts. Those with pollen … Continue reading

December 3, 2013
by Dr. John Overholt

The Post-Antibiotic Era: Sinusitis

Part III of the appropriate antibiotic use series will deal with one of the most common diagnoses seen by allergists: sinusitis. Here are some staggering statistics. Sinusitis remains one of the top reasons for seeing a doctor in the U.S., … Continue reading