In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- Four percent of patients who were on acne medication contracted pink eye, compared to 2 percent for the normal population.
- Pink eye in horses is more serious than in humans and can easily lead to blindness.
- I had drug-resistant pink eye in the spring, and it was hell.
- The horse disease known as "pink eye" has at last reached this city, and is causing the street railroad company especially a great deal of inconvenience.
- By her own admission, she's already given everyone pink eye.
- My daughter went to the doctor and was diagnosed with pink eye and a sinus infection.
- The daycare has gently reminded me that pink eye is a stay-at-home-sickness which usually lasts about a week.
- So far I've managed to avoid getting pink eye and head lice.
- Symptoms of pink eye can include redness, blurred vision, sensitivity to light, itching of the eye, a gritty feeling in the eye, pain and increased tear production.
- The viruses that cause herpes and pink eye thrive on moist, inanimate objects - making a pot of lip gloss, foundation, or eye shadow a perfect breeding ground.
- The medicine is successfully used with quick healing results for Pink Eye and conjunctivitis in horses and cattle.
- Touching your eye with germy fingers is a great way to get a cold or nasty eye infection such as pink eye.
- Normally, pink eye will go away on its own, but in severe cases people will need antibiotics or other medical treatment.
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