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Ocula rosacea

I don’t often write about horrible things, and ocular rosacea is a really, really horrible thing. Someone close to me had eye problems from time to time, a feeling that there was something under the eyelid, a piece of grit, a lost eye-lash, but there was absolutely nothing visible. 546 more words

Bits And Pieces

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No one tell me that some buses have an upstairs. Upstairs is amazing as I can see everything and pretend that I’m driving. I can also make sure the real bus driver knows to drive off at traffic lights by saying; 184 more words


Neonatal conjunctivitis (Updated - Apr 2014.)

Rubenstein JB, Tannan A. (2013). Neonatal conjunctivitis (ophthalmia neonatorum). In Section 4 – Conjunctival Diseases,Yanoff’s Ophthalmology, 4th ed.

“Conjunctivitis of the newborn is defined as any conjunctivitis that occurs within the first 4 weeks of life (Table 4-6-2). 684 more words


REPOST: Pink eye extends school closures in American Samoa

Conjunctivitis or pink eye is a contagious disease that causes inflammation of the eye tissues and swelling of the eyelid. When left untreated, it could lead to vision problems. 569 more words

Home Remedies For Pink Eye In Adults And Children

Home remedies for pink eye ( conjunctivitis ) . This condition affects the eyes and is quite painful. They become red, inflamed at the whole surface, itching and there is excessive watering from the eyes. 35 more words

Pink Eye Epidemic in American Samoa

In case you haven’t heard, there is a major conjunctivitis outbreak on the island of Tutu’ila right now. Even the Huffington Post is reporting on it! 472 more words

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Spica Prunellae Vulgaris Xia Ku Cao 夏枯草

Just as Westerners keep a supply of aspirin in the medicine cabinet, from a traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) perspective, a supply of Spica Prunellae (also known as self-heal and heal-all)  would be handy to keep in your cupboard. 216 more words