UPMC Pinnacle's Heritage Pediatrics in Camp Hill reports seeing high fevers with muscle aches, headache, sore throat, and congestion. After three to five days of fever, the congestion and cough worsens.
UPMC Pinnacle's Heritage Pediatrics reports there has been more coughs with wheezing this week. In many cases, these are due to viruses that causes wheezing and a deep cough, and can result in difficult breathing. In younger children and babies this illness is called bronchiolitis.
UPMC Pinnacle's Heritage Pediatrics reports there are a lot of stomach viruses going around. Most of these are starting with loss of appetite then frequent vomiting for the first one to three days. There has been diarrhea associated with this as well. The stomach pain and loss of appetite can last on and off for up to a week.