There's an eye drop or ointment to relieve the symptoms of most eye problems — whether you have dry eyes, pink eye (conjunctivitis), red eyes or itchiness. Determining which kind of eye drop or ointment is best depends on what kind of eye condition you have: Dryness Redness Infection (pink eye) Allergies Itching Soreness Swelling Mattering (eye discharge)
Of course, if you develop any of these eye symptoms or conditions, it's always best to consult your eye doctor to determine the cause and severity of the problem and the best treatment.
Did you know that more than two billion people worldwide are affected by anemia? According to the Cleveland Clinic, not everyone who has it may even realize it. This common condition prevents oxygen from being carried to your body's organs and tissues, often resulting in symptoms such as fatigue, headaches, pale and dry skin, and a fast heartbeat.
Freckles and moles are both darker colored dots on your skin. You might even use the words interchangeably, according to Walk-In Dermatology. Perhaps you have lots of freckles or plenty of moles, or maybe you don't have any or very few. No matter how many moles and freckles you may have, you might not know the differences between them or how to tell which one is which.