NewsChannel 9's weekly What's Going Around report checks in with Central New York doctors to find out what illnesses they've been treating. Camillus: Dr. Rovall says Coxsackie virus tops the list of What’s Going Around. Also known as Hand, Foot, and Mouth disease, Coxsackie causes blisters in the mouth and a rash on the hands and feet. Other children have
Syracuse (WSYR-TV) – It’s a quiet week at local doctors’ offices. Many doctors and patients are on vacation. The Doctors who are contacting NewsChannel 9 are reporting Coxsackie virus and many patients say they are being bothered by allergy symptoms.
Syracuse (WSYR-TV) - Doctors in the area are reporting cases of the Coxsackie virus, also known as hand foot and mouth disease. Let’s check What’s Going Around: Camillus: Dr. Rovall is seeing Coxsackie virus, with little blisters on the hands, feet and in the mouth. There's also a fever which lasts about five days. Sore throats are also going around,
Syracuse (WSYR-TV) - If someone in your family has a sore throat, they have company. Here’s What’s Going Around: Syracuse: Brighton Hill Pediatrics checks in with Coxsackie virus and head colds. Fulton: The Urgent Care is seeing patients with sore throats and say it's viral, not strep. They're also seeing lots of tick bites and poison ivy. Camillus: Dr. Rovall
Syracuse (WSYR-TV) - If your allergies are making you miserable, you're not alone. Let’s check in with the doctors to see What’s Going Around: Liverpool: Dr. Dracker is seeing allergy symptoms, viral sore throats and infected bug bites. Pulaski: Dr. Carguello also checks in with allergies, an upper respiratory infection is going around with a prolonged cough and pink eye.
Syracuse (WSYR-TV) - Doctors in the area are reporting lots of tick bites and allergy cases recently. Let’s check What’s Going Around: Camillus: Dr. Rovall says her office has seen many tick bites this week and has also treated pink eye and poison ivy. Dr. Rovall says for a tick bite to potentially cause Lyme disease, it needs to have
Syracuse (WSYR-TV) – The flu has just about disappeared, but allergies have arrived to send people to the doctor’s office. Camillus: Dr. Rovall says allergy symptoms are flaring up – especially for people with asthma. They’re also seeing colds and a virus with a sore throat. Liverpool: Dr. Dracker is seeing kids suffering with allergies, and Coxsackie virus, along with
NewsChannel 9's weekly check of what Central New York doctor's offices are treating: Syrause (WSYR-TV) - We may be heading into Memorial Day weekend, but the flu season is apparently still rearing its ugly head. Here’s What’s Going Around: Syracuse: Brighton Hill Pediatrics is seeing the flu, strep throat and allergy symptoms. Auburn: Internal Medicine says it's seeing the flu,