Gene Rosov of Iodine Products discusses how essential iodine is for human health.
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"Conjunctivitis can result from many causes, including viruses, bacteria, allergens, contact lens use, chemicals, fungi, and certain diseases. Infected students should refrain from attending school if their behavior is such that they cannot avoid close contact with other students. Causative agents include Adenoviruses, Rubella virus, Rubeola (measles) virus, Herpesviruses, including Herpes simplex virus, Varicella-zoster virus, which also causes chickenpox and shingles, Epstein-Barr virus, which also causes infectious mononucleosis (mono), Picornaviruses, such as coxsackievirus A24 and enterovirus 70.
Viral conjunctivitis is highly contagious. Most viruses that cause conjunctivitis spread through hand-to-eye contact by hands or objects that are contaminated with the infectious virus.
Having contact with infectious tears, eye discharge, fecal matter, or respiratory discharges can contaminate hands. Viral conjunctivitis can also spread by large respiratory tract droplets.
Infected individuals should be counseled to prevent transmission e.g., washing hands frequently, using separate towels, and avoiding close contact with others during the period of contagion.
Depending on the cause of viral conjunctivitis, some patients may have additional symptoms or conditions, such as the following:
• Common cold, flu, or other respiratory infection
• Pharyngoconjunctivial fever – a syndrome that can produce conjunctivitis as well as a fever and sore throat, and is most commonly caused by infection with adenovirus serotypes 3, 4, and 7
• Epidemic keratoconjunctivitis – a more severe type of conjunctivitis, commonly caused by infection with adenovirus serotypes 8, 19, and 37
• Acute hemorrhagic conjunctivitis – a type of conjunctivitis that is often associated with large epidemics worldwide, especially in the tropical and subtropical regions. The viruses most commonly associated with it include enterovirus 70, coxsackievirus A24, and adenoviruses.
• Herpetic keratoconjunctivitis – a type of conjunctivitis associated with herpes simplex virus and blister-like lesions on the skin; it may affect only one eye
• Rubella and rubeola (measles) – conjunctivitis can occur with these viral rash illnesses which are usually accompanied by rash, fever, and cough."
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