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January 23, 2018

What's Going Around – Week of Apr. 9th

If you’re having throat issues this week, you’re not alone. Here’s what doctors in the Local 6 region are seeing this week.

Nurse Practitioner Lori Lipinski at Calvert City reports bronchitis, sinusitis, poison ivy, and sore throats.

Dr. William Conyer at Baptist Prime Care in Paducah reports cases of strep throat and viral gastroenteritis with diarrhea.

Nurse Practitioner Lance Williamson at Paducah’s Redicare reports viral upper respiratory infections, bronchitis, and seasonal allergies.

Dr. Daisy Benigno in Hickman, Kentucky reports viral gastroenteritis and upper respiratory infections.

Dr. William Robinson at Murray Medical Associates is seeing sinus infections, cough, congestion and sore throats due to allergies. He is also seeing a stomach virus causing vomiting and diarrhea.

Nurse Practitioner Michelle Elkins at Marshall Count Family Medical is seeing stomach viruses, seasonal allergies, and upper respiratory infections.

Dr. Kyaw Naing at SIU Family Practice in Carbondale reports cough, congestion, and sinus issues related to allergies.

Dr. Brian Harrison in Benton, Ilinois says sinus infections continue to be his most common problem.

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What's Going Around – Week of Apr. 9th

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