Treatment for pink eye is dependent upon the cause of the condition, Mayo Clinic advises. Treatments for pink eye caused by bacteria include ointments and eye drops, and pink eye caused by irritants is treated by flushin... More »

Some home treatment options for pink eye include removal of contact lenses, if any, applying warm or cold packs to soothe the affected area and taking antibacterials to shorten the amount of time it takes to heal. Pink e... More » Health Conditions & Diseases

The best at home treatment for pink eye, or conjunctivitis, is the alternating application of cool and warm compresses to the affected eye. The compress should be applied to the eye for about five to 10 minutes a few tim... More »

The recommended type of eye drops for pink eye treatment is dependent on the cause of the pink eye, according to WebMD. Generally, application of preservative-free artificial tears a few times a day can help relieve disc... More »

The appropriate eye drops for pink eye treatment include prescription antibiotic eye drops for bacterial pink eye, lubricating eye drops for viral pink eye and antihistamine eye drops for allergic pink eye, according to ... More » Health Conditions & Diseases

Treatment is not always necessary for laryngitis as it can heal on its own, but when a bacterial infection is causing the condition, physicians typically prescribe antibiotics, explains Mayo Clinic. Corticosteroids may a... More » Health Conditions & Diseases

Treatment for kidney disease depends on the underlying cause, but medications such as those used for treating fluid retention, swelling, high cholesterol or anemia can reduce symptoms and slow kidney disease progression,... More »