- Pink-Eye Sickness
- What exactly causes pinkeye? There are various things that can cause one to have this sickness. The main things that causes it are bacteria, viruses, irritants, and allergies.
- WHAT'S GOING AROUND: Pink Eye
- Viral pink eye just has to run its course. Some cases are caused by allergens and can be treated with antihistamines. It's best not to wear contacts until the symptoms are gone, regardless of the cause.
- How to solve 'winter pinkeye'
- “Winter pinkeye” is caused when a burdock sliver gets into an eye and leads to inflammation and infection that may puzzle your veterinarian. That's because, unlike cheatgrass or foxtail, the microscopic burdock sliver is not easily seen.
- Mets' Curtis Granderson not yet convinced he has pink eye despite diagnosis
- PORT ST. LUCIE — Curtis Granderson may or may not have pink eye, but the Mets are taking no chances.
- What's Going Around: From stomach bugs to pink eye
- She says she's seeing a lot of ear infections and pink eye lately. Dr. Baumann-Blackmore says kids with ear infections will typically have ear pain and will be tugging or pulling on their ears.
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