We've all had a painful sore throat, which can be caused by any number of viruses. But a sore throat can also mean a strep throat infection.
Everyone who has strep throat has a sore throat, but not everyone with a sore throat has a strep infection. So how can you tell the difference?
Dr. Richard Besser, ABC News' senior health and medical editor, visited "Good Morning America" today to answer your questions.
Your Questions Answered
Q: What is strep throat?
A: Strep throat is a bacterial...Full Story