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What’s Going Around: 1-29-2014

The flu shows no sign of slowing down this week. Here’s the rundown on What’s Going Around.
Syracuse (WSYR-TV) - The flu shows no sign of slowing down this week. Here’s the rundown on What’s Going Around:

Liverpool: Dr. Dracker reports he's seeing flu, which he believes is probably H1N1, the strain that hits younger people harder than the others. He's also seeing bronchitis and coughs.

Syracuse: Brighton Hill Pediatrics is reporting cases of the flu, mostly in children who haven’t been vaccinated. They are also seeing cases of RSV, the virus that can be dangerous for babies. They're reporting strep throat.

Fulton: The Urgent Care checks in with the flu and bronchitis.

Camillus: Dr. Rovall says his office is seeing new cases of the flu every day, along with colds, ear infections and the stomach bug.

Pulaski: Dr. Carguello is seeing the flu and the stomach bug.

Auburn: Health officials report seeing cases of the flu, bronchitis, pneumonia, the stomach bug and sore throats.

"What’s Going Around" is our way of letting you know what illnesses are out there. Your own doctor can tell you about the best treatments.

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