(HealthDay News) --Allergic conjunctivitis, sometimes called allergic pinkeye, is characterized by red, crusty, itchy and watery eyes.
The American Academy of Family Physicians mentions these common triggers:
- Ragweed, grass, tree and other pollens.
- Animal dander or secretions, such as saliva.
- Irritating cosmetics, perfumes or medications.
- Smoke and air pollution.
-- Diana Kohnle
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