Pharyngitis is a painful inflammation of the pharynx, and is colloquially referred to as a sore throat. Infection of the tonsils, tonsillitis (American English: tonsilitis) may occur simultaneously.

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Sore Throat Symptoms

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Signs and symptoms
... A sore throat usually occurs in combination with other signs and symptoms. These can vary greatly, depending on the type of infection you have. For example, in addition to an itchy or sore throat, a c...
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Causes
... Most sore throats are caused by viruses — the same germs that cause colds and flu. A smaller percentage are due to bacterial infections. Both types of sore throats occur throughout the winter, w...
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Sore Throat Other

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Sore Throat and Your Child
... What causes sore throat? Sore throat, or pharyngitis, is an infection of the throat and sometimes tonsils. It is most commonly caused by bacteria called Streptococcus, which then becomes known as &quo...
Source: Cleveland Clinic

Nutrition Problems and Their Solutions 
... A variety of medical problems can affect your appetite. Your illness, medications, or surgery can cause these problems. Many patients become frustrated when they know that they need to eat to get well...
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Sore Throat Treatment

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Childhood Sore Throat
... There are 2 kinds of sore throats: Bacterial sore throats usually bring a high fever, headaches, or swollen neck glands. But some-times children with bacterial sore throats have no other problems. Str...
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Sore Throat
... Sore throats range from a mere scratch to pain so severe that even swallowing saliva hurts. They can be caused by heavy cigarette smoking and infections of the throat, tonsils or nasal passages from a...
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