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Lice is a problem that many parents have to deal with as their children grow up and enjoy their days with other children. Dr.
Twelve of the most commonly made statements about head lice that mislead parents, require fact-checking and put child health and wellness at unnecessary risk. Boston,
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Traditional store brand lice products are becoming less and less effective in the battle against the bugs, according to an
There's no true season for head lice, but there is usually an outbreak after vacations.
Specialty hair care products designed to get rid of the eggs left behind by female head lice are no more effective at removing nits than regular conditioners, according to new research...
Posing with your friends for a selfie may seem harmless enough, but at least one expert suggests that such innocent behavior could be more harmful than one may think. While teens everywhere smoosh their heads together...
Most over the counter Head Lice Products contain chemicals and pesticides in order to kill Lice and Nits.
After any vacation its important parents and schools screen kids for head lice.
Head lice (Pediculus humanus capitis) are one of the many varieties of sucking lice (singular "louse") specialized to live on different areas of various animals. As the name implies, head lice are specialized to live among the hair present on the human head and are exquisitely adapted to living mainly on the scalp and neck hairs of their human host. Lice present on other body parts covered by hair are not head lice but are either Pubic lice (Pthirus pubis) or Body lice (Pediculus humanus...
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