Q&A with Dean Owen, CPA
Impetigo — which is a secondary skin infection due to bug bites — and some strep throat cases: that’s what Physician’s Sssistant April Dunning says people are coming in for at Mercy Health Midtown Pediatrics. Watch this week’s What’s Going Around for more on those and other illnesses clinics are treating in the Local 6 area.
Lots of rashes and reactions to poison ivy: That’s what APRN Dena Kommer says most people are visiting Mercy Urgent Care in Paducah for this week. Watch What’s Going Around to learn what other clinics are seeing in the Local 6 area.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports more people are getting sick after swimming in pools because of a parasite spread through feces. The good news? Doctors in the Local 6 area say they’re not seeing that illness here. Watch this week’s What’s Going Around to learn what illnesses they are treating.
Poison ivy and tick bites: two things many of you are heading to the doctor for this week. Watch this week’s What’s Going Around, for more on those and other conditions local clinics are treating in your community.
Temperatures are rising, along with the number of summertime illnesses. In this week’s What’s Going Around, we bring you a closer look at what’s making you and your neighbors sick.
Sunburns, tick bites and poison ivy are all signs that the heat is here. As we’ll show you in this week’s What’s Going Around, the heat is also causing many of you to head to the doctor.
Sinus infections are a struggle for a lot of you right now. If symptoms stick around for 10 or more days, think about seeing a doctor. Here’s a look at the illnesses local clinics are treating this week.
Doctors and nurses at local clinics say they’re not treating as many flu cases this week, but that doesn’t mean you can stop practicing good hand washing habits. Watch this week’s What’s Going Around to learn more.