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As an ambulatory surgery center that follows strict licensing, accreditation and patient safety standards to ensure our patients receive the highest quality and safest care, we are deeply concerned by the recent stories that called out patient tragedies to undermine a proven h...

Temperate weather, sunny skies and budding trees are often considered a welcome change from the cold, dreary days of winter. But if you’re one of the 36 million Americans dealing with seasonal allergies, spring weather presents a whole new set of problems. Sniffling, sneezing,...

Winter is the season of sniffs and sniffles, but your drippy nose may not be caused by the latest cold virus. When temperatures drop below freezing and you start spending most of your time indoors, you increase your exposure to indoor allergens like dust mites and mold. Much l...

Fall weather means crisp temperatures, cozy sweaters and warm, frothy lattes. But if you’re one of the millions of Americans suffering from fall allergies, it can also mean itchy eyes, runny nose and congestion.

Fall allergies are caused by an overreaction in the immun...