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The study examined data from more than 340,000 people diagnosed with acute conjunctivitis, known as pink eye, between 2005 and 2014.
In a retrospective study of 340,372 people with conjunctivitis, 58 percent received prescriptions for antibiotic eye drops.
Others may experience headaches, fever, muscle and joint pain, rash and conjunctivitis, the center says.
Most family vets offer eye exams during annual checkups, and most can handle simple infections like conjunctivitis (pinkeye) and less serious eye injuries that can be managed medically.
Just last week, Bieber had taken god knows how many photos of the conjunctivitis plaguing his left eye and posted five of them to Instagram.
The Kitten Nursery, overseen by Lisa Fogleman, takes in abandoned kittens, deals with any medical issues (such as Hannah, about 3 weeks old, who had conjunctivitis), feeds them and gets them used to humans, thanks to the volunteers.
The whites of her eyes turned bright red -- conjunctivitis? -- and her temperature shot to 104 degrees, then 105.
The majority of people who contract Zika never experience symptoms, and the symptoms that do appear — including fever, rash, joint pain and conjunctivitis — are often mild.
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medical : a disease that causes the eye to become pink and sore
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