What’s Going Around 10/10/2018

In this week’s What’s Going Around, people of all ages are visiting clinics for a variety of ailments.

As local 6’s Stefanie Martinez explains, some people are looking for relief from irritants while others are trying to kick the common cold.

Dr. David Saxon is treating sinusitis, gastroenteritis, upper respiratory infections at baptist urgent care, in Paducah.

At the Cecil Clinic in Paducah, Dr. John Cecil is also seeing people for sinus infections. In addition, he’s treating hand, foot, mouth disease in children and adults and asthma.

Hand, foot, mouth disease, influenza a and common cold virus are common cases for nurse practitioner Jennifer Brown at Fast Pace Medical in Princeton, Kentucky.

Dr. James Batey at Premier Primary Care in Union City, Tennessee, says he’s taking care of seasonal allergies, upper respiratory infections, and gastroenteritis.

At Four Rivers Internal Medicine in Paducah, APRN Mariah Hamby says this week she’s taking care of shingles, allergic rhinitis and flu like symptoms. So far, influenza tests have been negative for her patients.

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