CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The cold is in the air, and so are the germs.

You'll want to keep that in mind as the temperatures continue to dip.

At Novant Health Matthews Children’s Clinic, doctors have seen a number of cases of hand, foot, and mouth disease, strep throat, croup, stomach virus, plus fall allergies and asthma.

At Novant Health Pediatrics Denver, doctors are seeing a lot of various viral illnesses with the school in full swing and the weather change fluctuation. 

There are lots of common cold and fevers, some hand, foot, and mouth disease, and some roseola in the little babies. There's also lots of bacterial ear infections and some strep throat. The flu is sure to be on the way soon.

At Novant Health Pediatrics Harrisburg, cases of croup and a few viral colds are dominating this practice. 

AT Novant Health Mint Hill Family Medicine, Dr. Harriett Davis has seen many upper respiratory infections, gastroenteritis (stomach virus), sore throats (mostly viral pharyngitis), and cases of allergies (environmental) causing itchy eyes, sneezing.

And that's what's going around.

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