Coronavirus (COVID-19)

We at Allergic Disease and Asthma Center are doing our part to decrease the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19).  Therefore, we are temporarily making changes to our schedules so that we may remain available to our patients while maintaining a healthy and safe clinic environment. 

Starting immediately, we will begin offering Televisits with our Physician Assistants for patients who are sick or patients who do not want to come into the office to be seen. 

Spring Allergies

Allergies cause millions of people around the world to be miserable from suffering. The body organs that can be affected from airborne triggers include the nose, ears, sinuses, throat, lungs, and eyes. The signs and symptoms of allergies include any combination of nasal congestion, sneezing or itchy nose, clear runny nose, itchy or congested ears or sinuses or throat,

World Asthma Day

Come join Allergic Disease and Asthma center (ADAC) celebrate the World Asthma Day on May 5 2020 between 3PM-6PM at 1202 E. Butler Rd. Greenville SC, 29607. We will have vendors, snow cones and a lot of fun! We are also hosting the ADAC 1st Annual Asthma Essay Contest.

Rules for the Contest:

  1. Student must have diagnosis of asthma (current or previous)
  2. Consent form must be submitted with each essay:
    • Must be signed by the student and parent (if student is under 18 years of age.

Dust Mites

As we gear up for warmer weather, the tendency to do some Spring cleaning kicks in.  For those who have dust mite allergies this can be a problem.  Dust mites feed on shed skin cells and thrive in warm, humid environments.  They particularly like carpet, bedding and mattresses, pillows, drapes, and other fabrics.  Obviously you can’t eliminate all of these things from your home.  See our tips below to help avoid an allergy,

Mold Allergy

What are molds and where are they found?
Molds are fungi whose spores are in the air. They can be found outside and inside the home in war,. darlin environments.

What symptoms do you experience if you are allergic to molds?
When someone is allergic to mold and is exposed to too much,

Food Allergies

Food allergies have become an important health problem in today’s society; approximately 4-6% of children and 4% of adults suffer from food allergies according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. Although food allergy symptoms are more common in children than adults, they can occur at any age. So, it is possible to eat a particular food through your lifetime and one day,

Ragweed allergy heats up with climate change

If you think your ragweed allergies are getting worse, you may be right. And global warming may be the culprit. That’s not good news for the estimated 36 million Americans who suffer from ragweed allergy, the primary cause of fall allergy symptoms. Ragweed season unofficially begins August 15.  The pollen counts peak around September 19th. 

Flu Season Ahead

As flu season kicks off we want to provide the information needed to help keep you and your loved ones healthy.   Influenza activity begins to increase in October with a peak between December and February and can last as late as May.  There are a lot of things you can do to decrease your chances of getting the flu including washing your hands frequently with soap and water,

Pet Ownership and the Allergic Child

Americans are known for their love of household pets; approximately 50-65% of American households own pets. Dogs, cats, fish, hamsters, and guinea pigs are among the most popular household pets. Studies have shown that there are numerous benefits to be gained from pet ownership. Pets help improve the physical, mental, and emotional health of their owners regardless of their age.