The flu, hand foot and mouth disease, and strep throat: These are just some of the illnesses doctors are treating in this week's What's Going Around.
Chances are, either you or someone you know has already been hit with the flu this season. It's widespread across the country, and doctors are seeing an increase in the virus here at home.
Clinics across our region are continuing to see a rise in flu cases. Watch this week's What's Going Around for more on where's it's being treated and what else doctors are seeing in your community.
If you haven't yet, now is the time to get your flu shot. Besides washing your hands and covering your coughs, the flu shot is the best way to protect yourself from getting sick.
As we head deeper into November, doctors are seeing an increase in flu cases. Watch this week's What's Going Around to learn what else clinics are treating in the Local 6 area.
Wash your hands, and cover your mouth when you cough. Cold and flu season is underway. For more on what doctors are treating near you, watch this week's What's Going Around.
Upper respiratory infections, bronchitis and sinus infections. That's what doctors are treating this week at Mercy Health Paducah Urgent Care. And it's a similar story at clinics across our area in this week's What's Going Around.
Strep throat, a stomach virus, and allergy flare ups — that's what family practitioner Jennifer Brown says she's treating at Family Practice Clinic in Marion, Kentucky. Check out this week's What's Going Around to learn what else clinics are treating in the Local 6 area.
Local doctors have been treating poison ivy rash all summer long, and it doesn't look like that will stop any time soon. That's why doctors are reminding you to wash all your clothes, linens and towels if you come into contact with it.
Swimmer's ear, strep throat and sinus infections: these are just some of the things local clinics are treating. Watch this week's What's Going Around to learn what else is catching in your community.