While Blepharospasm is a condition very few people have, the Benign Essential Blepharospasm Research Foundation’s November support group meeting means they don’t need to deal with it alone.
In this season of Thanksgiving it is easy to say that we are thankful for our family, our friends, and other blessings. But did you ever think about being thankful for your voice? This year, the team at the CEENTA Voice and Swallowing Center would encourage you to do so. Here’s why:
CEENTA ophthalmologist Robert Saltzmann, MD, discusses glaucoma and its treatments on WCNC's Charlotte Today.
Halloween is almost here! This is one of the most fun days of the year for many people, but it’s important for children and adults alike to remember to stay safe and healthy. Following the tips below will make sure your family is as safe as possible.
Daylight Saving Time ends in early November. Unlike with the spring clock change, we will gain a precious extra hour of sleep. Though most of us will see the extra hour of sleep as a gift that weekend, by the middle of the week we will be back to our usual patterns. Thus, the end of Daylight Saving Time is a perfect opportunity to evaluate our sleep habits and make sleep a priority.
Thousands of dollars were raised for charity as thousands of strokes were taken during the CEENTAcares Classic Golf Tournament Saturday at Olde Sycamore Golf Plantation.