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Conjunctivitis is an eye infection that may cause redness and discharge from the eye, sometimes with pain or itching. It can be caused by bacteria or viruses.
Coronavirus unlikely to spread through tears

Coronavirus unlikely to spread through tears

Marinomed extends the range of Marinosolv applications

Marinomed extends the range of Marinosolv applications

Boosting immune cells to treat eczema

Boosting immune cells to treat eczema

Social media users most misinformed about vaccines

Social media users most misinformed about vaccines

Measles re-emerging globally

Measles re-emerging globally

China reports H5N1 bird flu in Hunan amid coronavirus crisis

China reports H5N1 bird flu in Hunan amid coronavirus crisis

The first locally transmitted cases of Zika have been confirmed in Europe

The first locally transmitted cases of Zika have been confirmed in Europe

AAO highlights dangers of wearing illegal costume contact lenses

AAO highlights dangers of wearing illegal costume contact lenses

WHO’S first world report on vision

WHO’S first world report on vision

Individuals with more allergic diseases have higher asthma risk

Individuals with more allergic diseases have higher asthma risk

New gene-editing study finds protective genes against Zika virus

New gene-editing study finds protective genes against Zika virus

Some pharmacists not adhering to therapeutic guidelines, QUT study finds

Some pharmacists not adhering to therapeutic guidelines, QUT study finds

Some pharmacists fail to adhere to therapeutic guidelines, highlights study

Some pharmacists fail to adhere to therapeutic guidelines, highlights study

First treatment approved by FDA for chronic rhinosinusitis with nasal polyps

First treatment approved by FDA for chronic rhinosinusitis with nasal polyps

Oral steroid use in patients with inflammatory diseases increases risk of infection

Oral steroid use in patients with inflammatory diseases increases risk of infection

Scientists discover weakness in common cold virus

Scientists discover weakness in common cold virus

Previous dengue infection could protect against Zika-associated damage

Previous dengue infection could protect against Zika-associated damage

The return of the measles: are we going backward?

The return of the measles: are we going backward?

Study: Measles outbreaks may become more frequent if vaccination rates continue to decline

Study: Measles outbreaks may become more frequent if vaccination rates continue to decline

Using smartphones to capture photographs of patients' eyes may lead to misdiagnosis

Using smartphones to capture photographs of patients' eyes may lead to misdiagnosis