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"During the summer months, there is more UV light exposure and although the sand and dust is pretty much all year round in the UAE, the heat causes irritation and inflammation on the ocular surface," Dr Brian Armstrong, an ophthalmologist at Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi, told Khaleej Times .
Nevertheless, drug delivery via such routes can cause different kinds of side effects like skin irritations which need to be considered.
1 chief complaint I get is always eye irritation,' said ophthalmologist Dr.
Hearing aid (HA) users often present to otolaryngologist with complaints of constant irritations within the ear canals on account of either allergic contact dermatitis from the earmolds which connect the HA to the ear canal12 or bacterial/ fungal otitis externa34 or wax impaction.
Many of my patients use Crisco prior to exercise and other activities because it tends to protect them from irritation. I also have used Crisco as a base for some sexual lubricants that I have compounded, and it seems to work very well.
The study found that managementspeak is used in most offices, with even one in four managers describing it as a "pointless irritation".
No, because FDA Consumer put it, "The agency can't do much about isolated allergic reactions or irritation problems.
SALT, SNOW, ICE AND THE RESULTING MOISTURE CAN CAUSE IRRITATION OF THE SKIN BETWEEN THE TOES AND ON THE SURFACE OF THE PADS.
This added pressure has led to one in four women claiming minor irritations mount up until they begin to affect their relationships and cause rows.
Sir,-- Your front page had twominor irritations (Post, Jan 29) before we even opened the newspaper.
* We can suffer aches, pains, soreness, hurts, discomfort, irritations, spasms and cramps.
The researchers found that to protect against eye and nasal irritations, the volume of fresh air needed to dilute the smoke from a single cigarette would be more than 3,000 cubic meters.