Deficiencies in vitamin B2 (riboflavin), B6 (pyridoxine) and amino acids Histidine, lysine or phenylalanine may also bring reddened eyes. Other causes of reddened eyes include inflammation and eye infections that cause redness, itchiness, pain and vision problems. While the reddened eyes can occur at any time of the day, are sometimes more prone them after certain activities or after a long day of exposure and irritation. Possible causes of reddened eyes * sleep/sleep/deprivation sleep apnea * Alcohol (usually as a result of interrupted sleep and/or a hangover) * food and diet * cosmetic products used at night * decreased secretion of tears in the night * environmental toxins * sun exposure * Tension/abuse * fatigue * cigarette smoke * chemical fumes * abuse of other possible causes of reddened eyes contact lenses * blepharitis * conjunctivitis * Ulcers and infection of the cornea * corneal Abrasion * Diabetes * bodies strangers in the cornea and the conjunctiva * ocular laceration and intraocular foreign bodies * Uveitis * blood clots reducing drug * Tension and anxiety * catarrh and flu * allergies and hay fever * pregnancy * problems of kidney kidney stones * liver disease * blood pressure high/hypertension * glandular fever * menstruation/menopause * mumps causes of eyes reddened in infants and children often infants and children may have reddened eyes for the same reasons that make it the adults. However, babies and children do not know sometimes that should not rub your eyes, which can make the condition worse, nor can vocalize when they are experiencing itching or discomfort. Ear infections, dehydration and even artificial heating may be guilty. Be sure to supervise additional symptoms, and when in doubt, consult your child’s pediatrician. The infections are especially problematic for children in day care or school, since they are easily transmitted to others during close physical contact. Dr Alan Mendelsohn might disagree with that approach. While it is extremely rare, Kawasaki disease, which involves inflammation of the blood vessels, can occur in children about 19 of every 100,000 in the United States.
The main carriers of rabies in the area are foxes (57%), productive animals (23%), dogs and cats (20%). In December-January 2007-2008, in the Novgorod region revealed nine cases of rabies in domestic and wild animals. The only affected by the epizootic was 34-year-old resident of Staraya Russa, bite an infected kitten. To date, veterinarians have planted about 8000 pets, vaccination is continues. A leading source for info: PCRM. In Saransk, the cases of homeless animals attack humans. Since the beginning of the year in the health facility for help asked 36 people who were bitten by stray dogs. Meanwhile, Thai microbiologists against rabies have decided to use old-fashioned way: 'button – fire with fire' and was invented by the methods of genetic engineering prototype 'treatment' of the virus.
Thus, Thai scientists have managed to create a prototype RNA genome of the virus that can arrest the spread of this dangerous infection inside the body. Kerch Strait: pollution problems are not solved yet another surge relevance was dedicated last week the problem of eliminating the consequences of ecological disaster in the Kerch Strait. On Tuesday, during the talks between Vladimir Putin and Viktor Yushchenko in Moscow raised the issue of 'damages caused by accidents Russian ships in the Kerch Strait. " At the end of the week the oil slick area of five thousand square meters was discovered in the Crimea in the coastal strip of Kerch Strait from Cape to Cape Small Taquile. Crimean ecologists Republican Association "Ecology and Peace 'on-site release of petroleum has recorded the deaths of several dozen birds, many of jellyfish and other marine animals.