Most sore throats
aren't serious and usually pass without medical treatment.
Although common causes for a sore throat
are viral infections resulting in coughs or colds, and drinking very cold water in hot temperatures, acid reflux is is also a reason.
Boghossian, a former CPG retail food and luxury goods executive who through her extensive traveling would constantly fight the battles of catching a sore throat
The authors chose to use a clinical decision rule to diagnose group A streptococcal pharyngitis in children presenting with sore throat
that requires only two of three features to be present for treatment to be initiated: enlarged cervical nodes; absence of rash; and absence of rhinitis.
The antibiotic prescribing rate for adults with sore throat
was 70% in 1993.
They're non-medicated but designed to help soothe sore throats
and clear stuffed up airways when you're run down with a cold.
Washington, Oct 05 ( ANI ): A new analysis has found that doctors prescribe antibiotics to a vast majority of people who see them for sore throats
or acute bronchitis, despite the fact that only a small percentage of them should be given the drugs.
Researchers said only about 10 per cent of adults with sore throats
have strep throat, which is caused by bacteria that could be killed by antibiotics, Khaleej Times reported.
Other symptoms are a very sore throat
, swollen glands and a feeling of intense tiredness.
However, the patients with high fever, severe sore throat
, breathlessness, acute lung infection and bloody stool need immediate medical consultation.
We are always looking to satisfy consumer needs with innovations in sore throat
relief," says Jocelyn Yuan, senior brand manager for Prestige Brands, based in Irvington, N.
A sore throat
may develop into true tonsillitis, which is usually more severe.