What's Going Around: Our weekly check of local doctors' offices for Sept. 13

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) - NewsChannel 9's weekly What's Going Around report checks in with Central New York doctors to find out what illnesses they've been treating.

SYRACUSE: Dr. Webster at Brighton Hill Pediatrics says they're still seeing cases of lyme disease caused by tick bites, a viral cold and lots of runny noses courtesy of the fall allergy season.

LIVERPOOL: Dr. Dracker says he's seeing patients with a viral sore throat and a rash. Bronchitis and allergies rounding out the list.

CAMILLUS: Pediatric Associates in Camillus say allergies are the number one complaint in their office. That, along with asthma and wheezing because of all the pollen in the air. There are still a few cases of coxsackie virus and ear infections often caused by that allergy congestion.

FULTON: Dr. Spangenberg says viral illnesses, upper respiratory infections, bronchitis, sinusitis and gastroenteritis are filling their patient rooms.

AUBURN: Doctors are seeing sore throats, a lot of viral illnesses and upper respiratory infections

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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