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What’s Going Around – Labor Day Safety

Tips for avoiding the emergency room during the Labor Day holiday.

What’s Going Around – Endocarditis

More cases of endocarditis appearing in emergency rooms.

What’s Going Around – Back to School Illnesses

Time for kids to go back to school and that means a spike in pediatric illnesses.

What’s Going Around – Rabies Fear

Common carriers of rabies and the fears surrounding the disease.

What’s Going Around – Sun Sneezing

Dr. Ryan Stanton looks at Photic Sneeze Reflex

What’s Going Around – Serenity

Dr. Ryan Stanton talks about the dangers of the drug Serenity.

What’s Going Around – Hoverboard Injuries

More and more adults are visiting the emergency room after getting on a hoverboard

What’s Going Around – Daycare Bronchiolitis

A look at a form of bronchiolitis affecting children in daycare.

What’s Going Around – Dry Drowning

Dr. Ryan Stanton explains dry drowning.

What’s Going Around – Ticks

Doctors are seeing an increase in the number of tick-borne illnesses this year.

What’s Going Around – White Blood Cells

White blood cells are the cells responsible for our immune and inflammatory response.

What’s Going Around: Medications and Sunlight Exposure

We have had plenty of warm weather and sun the last several months and it has also produced several emergency department presentations for an under recognized source of rashes. There are countless sources of rashes out there, from infection to irritants and allergic reactions. One that most don't consider is the medications they are taking