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Health Tip: Causes of Swollen Lymph Nodes

03:01 EDT 14 Jun 2019 | Drugs.com

-- Swollen lymph nodes often occur after exposure to bacteria or viruses, says Mayo Clinic. Common triggers include: Strep throat. Measles. Ear infection. An abscessed tooth. Mononucleosis. Skin infection. To diagnose what might be causing your...

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