Local clinics say they're treating multiple viruses, seasonal allergies and they're seeing children testing positive for COVID-19.
COVID-19, sinusitis, upper respiratory infections and insect stings: That's what nurse practitioner Lindsey Lawrence is seeing this week at Four Rivers Internal Medicine and Quick Care in Paducah.
Nurse practitioners at Baptist Health Urgent Care in Paducah are reporting more COVID-19 cases this week, along with with strep throat, sports injuries and a two-day stomach bug.
Dr. Elizabeth McGregor, a pediatrician at Four Rivers Internal Medicine and Quickcare in Paducah, says this week, she's seeing more kids testing positive for COVID-19 — and she's not the only one.
Coughs, viral illnesses, seasonal allergies and exposure to COVID-19: That's what they're seeing in patients with this week at Reidland Family Medicine in McCracken County.
Every day this week we're hearing more reports of COVID-19 cases in our area. Watch this week's What's Going Around for a closer look at what illnesses clinics in your community are treating.
Local health care providers are urging you to mask up once again and practice good hand hygiene. In this week's What's Going Around, multiple local clinics say they're seeing COVID-19 cases.
That means we've now eclipsed the 500 mark in our fundraiser! If you missed today's event, you can still donate fans at at all Paducah Bank locations and at Salvation Army locations in southern Illinois.
Mercy Health J& R Walk-In is treating seasonal allergies, sinus infections, strep throat and a gastrointestinal virus. Watch this week's What's Going Around for more information about what clinics are treating in your community.
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Seasonal allergies are being treated this week at Baptist Health Urgent Care in Paducah. Watch this week's What's Going Around for more on what doctors are treating in your community.
Avoid large gatherings, wash your hands often, and if you think you have COVID-19, stay home: that's the message from health care providers as more cases are being reported in the Local 6 area.
We are taking a look at the infections and diseases you need to look out for to keep yourself safe. In this week's What's Going Around, COVID-19 isn't the only illness spreading in the Local 6 area.
COVID-19 symptoms are different for everyone. A local nurse says her patients are first experiencing symptoms similar to a stomach virus. After a couple days, patients develop a cough, shortness of breath — followed by changes with their sense of taste.
If you haven't yet, now is the time to get your flu shot. The CDC says, because of the COVID-19 pandemic, reducing the spread of respiratory illnesses, like the flu, is more important now than ever.
Avoid large gatherings, wash your hands often and if you think you have COVID-19, stay home. That's the message from health care providers as more cases are being reported in the Local 6 area.
Sinus infections, strep throat and a stomach virus are all making the rounds this week. Watch this week's What's Going Around for a look at what doctors in your community are treating.
Wash your hands and cover your coughs. It's not just COVID-19 you need to avoid spreading and catching. Watch this week's What's Going Around to learn what clinics in your community are treating.
Sneezing, runny nose and itchy, watery eyes. It's still allergy season. Watch this week's What's Going Around to learn what other heath issues and illnesses doctors in your neighborhood have been treating lately.
It's been another busy week for health care providers treating patients for seasonal illnesses. Watch this week's What's Going Around for a quick look at what clinics in your community are treating.