Clinically understood as conjunctivitis, pink eye, is one of the most common eye infections, particularly in youngsters. Characterized by red, scratchy and occasionally oozing eyes, pink eye can result from a variety of sources consisting of bacteria, a virus or allergies. Pink eye establishes when the conjunctiva or thin transparent layer of cells that lines the white of the eye becomes irritated. Bacterial conjunctivitis is induced when a microorganisms such as Staphylococcus or Streptococcus enters the eye from some sort of bodily contact (frequently touching the eye with dirty hands, make-up or items). Click on our link

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