July 21, 2014
We're checking in with several doctors in Central Virginia to find out what's going around.
Doctor Louisa Hann at Blue Ridge Internal Medicine is seeing an increase in patients complaining about tick bites and poison ivy.
At Crozet Family Medicine, Doctor Mark Keeley is seeing a spike in cases of Lyme disease and rashes.
Also at Crozet Family Medicine, Doctor Amie Munson says patients are being treated for allergies, tick bites and poison ivy.
And finally this morning, Doctor Kathy Smyth at Palmyra Medical Associates is treating patients for viral infections and hives.
That's a look at what's going around.
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