• By Joel Streed

Is your child’s sore throat actually strep throat?: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute

January 14, 2019

A sore throat is a common symptom of an upper respiratory infection such as a cold or flu. It's also a symptom of a bacterial infection commonly referred to as strep throat. How can you tell if your child's sore throat is caused by a viral or bacterial infection? Dr. Tina Ardon helps make the distinction in this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute.

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Is your child’s sore throat actually strep throat?

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