Sounds pretty logical. When you have strep or a garden-variety sore throat, after you’re feeling better you should toss your toothbrush and buy a new one. A fresh tool will have no germs. It came from a sterile environment. So you won’t re-infect yourself. In a word: Horsefeathers. And the Pediatric Academic Society has released […]
What’s the Difference Between Strep, a Sore Throat and Tonsillitis?
Could the simple answer be: They’re all spelled differently? If you answered that, you have a keen grasp of the obvious. So, What’s The Difference? Lots of people use the terms, thinking they mean the same. They’re not. Bottom lines: When you or your child has strep throat, they have an infection which comes to […]
Got a Sore Throat?
In a majority of sore throat cases, the problem comes-and-goes when you’re getting a cold or the flu. Sure, there are serious things which may happen if you get a sore throat with great frequency. If that’s the case, the ENT Center of Austin can diagnose this regular, repeated occurrence and offer help. However, for […]
Go to Your Kitchen When You Have a Sore Throat
Sore throats are a pain in the neck. Internally. And for those who suffer frequently, it could be something serious to see us about. But the occasional raspy and painful event doesn’t require antibiotics. As a matter of fact, this so-called miracle drug doesn’t work for a viral infection. A sore throat might simply be […]