State Island Pediatrician Dr. Michael Gabriel Expands On Article Which Shares Tips on How To Deal with Head Lice
Lice is a problem that many parents have to deal with as their children grow up and enjoy their days with other children. Dr. Michael Gabriel discusses tips parents should follow to deal with lice.
BOHEMIA, N.Y., July 15, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ — Dr. Michael Gabriel, a leading State Island Pediatrician, expands on an article that offers tips and information about lice and how to deal with lice.
According to the article on The Health Site, “head lice spreads from person to person by close contact or through direct hair to hair contact. They cannot hop or fly but can crawl very fast and go from one scalp to the other.”
The article goes on to identify other indirect ways that lice can spread which include:
“…sharing personal things like combs, hair bands, headscarves, hats etc.” And by “…using common items like bed sheets, pillows, and towels with someone who has lice on the scalp.”
Dr. Michael Gabriel, of GPM Pediatrics, offers his feedback on the tips given in the article. “Although it may be true that lice do not spread disease, they can still cause a lot of problems for children. One of the biggest problems may be that the excessive scratching can lead to a scalp infection. This is why these tips are so important for parents. Lice need to be removed as quickly as possible for the ongoing health of children.”
GPM Pediatrics provides comprehensive pediatric care to children throughout the New York area with practices both in Brooklyn and Staten Island. Our board certified pediatricians and experienced staff help provide a very warm and nurturing environment for both you and your children. Our approach combines the latest treatment methods with the personal attention you should expect from your doctor. Simply put, we understand the importance of communication and trust and we are earning that trust one family at a time.
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