Listen: Dr Christina John, Danielle Niddle and Hudson River discussed on WCBS Programming
"WCBS. Let's get that forecast. Now, here's our meteorologist Danielle Niddle, brisk this evening skies will be turning out mostly clear for tonight. It will be another chilly night, low forty six in the city dropping back into the upper thirty s. The colder surrounding suburbs, some barrels sunshine will be mixed with a few clouds remaining, cool high fifty nine increasing clouds tomorrow night, low fifty two Monday, mostly cloudy, breezy and by older. It'll be a couple of showers around mostly during the afternoon, high sixty seven cooling back down again for Tuesday and Wednesday with sunshine at a few clouds the high for both Tuesday and Wednesday, fifty eight degrees at a pretty view of the Hudson river of from our studios right now. It's fifty four degrees with a few clouds fifty two in bay and fifty one in west Hafer straw. The time is seven twenty doctors say there's a virus going around that mimics strep throat. Your child has a red raw sore throat, a fever eight weeks the bottom line, they feel awful. You take them to the doctor's office and all signs point to strep throats, but Dr Christina John's from PM pediatrics tells me, it could be a virus that mimics strap. I am surprised that there just isn't more strep. Running around right now and antibiotics will not help treat a virus. Antibiotics are antibacterial medicines that work against."