Should you call the doctor about your child’s cough, sore throat and vomiting? Much depends on whether they’re at high risk of flu. Follow our experts’ tips for handling your child’s flu-like symptoms.
You’ve got a cough and sore throat, and you’re feeling chilled. Is it the flu or a bad cold? Check your symptoms on this infographic, then find out what to do to about them.
Tonsils and adenoids help protect your body from infection, but sometimes they need to go. Get expert advice on the benefits of removing them.
Sometimes, you can take care of a sore throat at home, but it’s also important to know when you or your child needs to see a doctor. Find out what to watch for.
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They may not pose a serious health risk. But these small bits of tissue can cause unpleasant problems. Learn how to prevent tonsil stones and what to do if they become bothersome.
Not all sore throats are equal. While allergies or a runny nose are painful, strep throat is a illness that needs a doctor’s diagnosis and treatment.
Sore throats can be caused by viruses, bacteria, allergies or even drainage from a runny nose. Learn how you can tell a bad cold from strep throat.
Your throat hurts. That much is clear. But is it an ordinary sore throat or strep throat? Cleveland Clinic’s Daniel Allan, MD, explains how to tell the difference.
If you wake up with a sore throat, you might wonder: Was it because you left the window open or a fan running? Experts say there are a variety of reasons, which you can often address with simple remedies.