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No More Lousy Days with Breakthrough LouseBuster Head Lice Treatment

December 14, 2010

Now Available in Birmingham, Alabama!

Birmingham, AL (PRWEB) December 13, 2010

Larada Sciences Inc. announced the availability of the revolutionary LouseBuster head lice treatment in Birmingham, Alabama. This treatment ““ already available in over 24 states – provides a chemical-free way to kill head lice and their eggs using only controlled, heated air. Clinical studies show that the treatment provides a safe, fast and highly effective method to kill all stages of head lice ““ including lice eggs*!

Head lice are a parasitic insect most commonly found among children age 3 to 11. Though head lice policies vary district to district, head lice does result in absenteeism, causing public schools to lose money each day a child is out of school. Unless children have access to safe and effective treatment options, students may stay out of school for days at a time, resulting in an estimated $500 million in lost funding for schools across the country.

Ellen Coolidge, LouseBuster Team member in Birmingham, Alabama: “The LouseBuster technology contributes two very important advances to the centuries-long battle against head lice. First, the LouseBuster device is very effective at killing lice eggs** which are the most difficult life stage of lice to kill; and second, parents now have a clinically tested option that does not expose their children to potentially harmful pesticides or other chemicals.”

The LouseBuster treatment is now available in Birmingham, Alabama through the LouseBuster Team. The LouseBuster Team provides discreet in-home treatments, helping families get rid of head lice quickly, safely and effectively.

About Larada Sciences Inc.

Larada Sciences, Inc., located in Salt Lake City, Utah, and Fargo, North Dakota, USA is a science-based medical technology company dedicated to the safe elimination of head lice infestations.

*For more information on benefits and possible risks, or to book a treatment, please visit http://www.lousebuster.com or call 1-877-781-0999.

** Early data published in the journal Pediatrics in 2006

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