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Pink Eye at the Winter Games

POSTED ON February 10, 2014

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The Winter Olympics have begun and skiing, snowboarding and ice skating have become the world’s past time. If you have been watching the Winter Games, you may have noticed something is a little off with the host, Bob Costas. It seems pink eye has struck, leaving him with a swollen and painful eye. Photo courtesy: www.ccsuvt.org Pink eye can strike just as quickly in schools and the workplace during the ...

The Winter Olympics have begun and skiing, snowboarding and ice skating have become the world’s past time. If you have been watching the Winter Games, you may have noticed something is a little off with the host, Bob Costas. It seems pink eye has struck, leaving him with a swollen and painful eye.

Olympic-Rings

Photo courtesy: www.ccsuvt.org

Pink eye can strike just as quickly in schools and the workplace during the winter months. Protect your family with these quick tips:

  • Wash your hands frequently
  • Avoid touching your  eyes
  • Avoid others who have pink eye

If you do find yourself in Bob Costas’ situation, come visit Dr. Tavel for prescription eye drops. With 19 convenient locations in Indiana, we are always ready to take care of your eye health needs.

 

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