Central New York (WSYR-TV) -- It's that time of week, where NewsChannel 9 checks in with local doctors to let you know What's Going Around.
Let's start in Camillus, where Dr. Rovall says pink eye is the big thing right now. The eyes are really red and crusty and it takes a couple of days to go away. Sometimes it comes back. They're also seeing pneumonia.
In Cicero, Dr. Terasaka says strep throat is at the top of the list of diagnoses this week. He also checks in with bronchitis and ear infections.
Now to Syracuse, where doctors at Brighton Hill Pediatrics says the big thing is croup, that barky cough that scares parents. Other kids are coughing and sore throats are common, but they're viral, not strep.
Sore throats and the stomach bug are also going around in Liverpool. Dr. Dracker is seeing younger children with wheezing and there’s some sort of virus going around with just a high fever.
In Fayetteville, the Family Practice at Living Proof Longevity says there's a stomach bug going around that lasts for two to three days, as well as upper respiratory infections and sinus infections.
Doctors in Auburn are seeing strep throat, the flu and allergies and pneumonia.
Lastly, in Pulaski, Dr. Carguello is seeing upper respiratory infections, asthmatic bronchitis and the stomach bug.
What's Going Around is our way of letting you know what illnesses are out there. Your doctor can tell you about the best treatments.