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Sharing More Than Knowledge – Pink Eye Facts for Parents and Teachers

Kids are heading back to school and, for our family, that usually meant head colds would follow as the closed-in space of the classroom allows germs to travel from student to student. Less frequently, eye infections can also spread around a school. Here is a “Pink Eye Facts for Parents and Teachers” from to help you recognize the symptoms and get appropriate care when needed.

A PDF version is available by clicking on the picture below.

More general information about pink eye symptoms, prevention, and treatment is available here.