more Photo: Brian A. Pounds / Hearst Connecticut Media State ends mosquito testing for the season 1/1 Back to Gallery The State Department of Public Health and the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station have announced that the seasonal mosquito trapping and testing program has ended for the 2016 season. The program monitors the types, numbers and locations of mosquitoes and tests them for the presence of viruses that can cause illness, including West Nile virus, Eastern Equine Encephalitis virus and Zika virus. The Ag Experiment Station in New Haven maintained a network of 91 mosquito-trapping stations in 72 municipalities throughout the state. Mosquito trapping for 2016 began May 31 and concluded Oct. 14. no dataThe lower temperatures seen by mid-October, typically too low to sustain the mosquito population, signal the end of Connecticuts mosquito season. Throughout the season, the state trapped and tested over 170,000 mosquitoes. West Nile was identified in 122 pools of mosquitoes, collected at trap sites in 20, including Bridgeport, Fairfield, Stratford, Stamford, Milford, Easton and Darien. One person a Milford resident 70 to 79 years old was diagnosed with West Nile-associated encephalitis and hospitalized. Eastern Equine Encephalitis was identified in one pool of mosquitoes collected in Voluntown.
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A cool compress may help relieve symptoms, too. surd Ophthalmol 1993;38Suppl:91–104. Neonatal conjunctivitis found in newborn babies can cause blindness when left untreated. Epidemiology of genital chlamydia infections in patients with chlamydia conjunctivitis; a retrospective study. Pink eye conjunctivitis is an inflammation or infection of the transparent membrane conjunctiva that lines your eyelid and covers the white part of your eyeball. Treatment with corticosteroids can prolong the course of the disease and also place the patient at risk for other steroid-induced ocular complications, such as glaucoma and cataracts. It also can spread through coughing and sneezing. Conjunctivitis, commonly called pinkeye, is an inflammation of the conjunctiva, the clear membrane that covers the white part of the eye and the inner surface of the eyelids. http://www.chinadragontour.com/mearianacruz/2016/11/04/establishing-fast-solutions-in-laser-eye-surgery/The symptoms of pinkeye differ based on the cause of the inflammation, but may include: Redness in the white of the eye or inner eyelid Increased sensitivity to light See your eye doctor if you have any of these symptoms of pinkeye. Being around a person who has conjunctivitis and wearing contact lenses may increase your risk of getting conjunctivitis, but the outcome is usually very good with treatment.