Health Tip: What's Behind My Watery Eyes?

(HealthDay News) -- What's making your eyes puffy, red and watery?

The Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center says these common airborne particles can trigger those annoying symptoms:

  • Dust.
  • Dander from pets and other animals.
  • Fungi spores.
  • Pollen.
  • Non-allergenic irritants, such as air pollution and tobacco smoke.
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