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What throat disorders are associated with headaches?

If you are experiencing headaches in conjunction with throat pain, you may have a basic cold or flu. Rest, hydration, and over-the-counter pain relievers are tools with which you should respond. If your symptoms go on for over three days, you should talk to a doctor. Do not give aspirin to children; ibuprofen and acetaminophen typically work fine.

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