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How did my Teen get Head Lice??

How did my Teen get Head Lice??

Three girls friends with coffee take away outdoors and someone POV view, taking photos at digital camera of smartphone. Young females at mobile screen, having fun in summer park. Lifestyle portrait.
The Selfie Generation has nearly as much head to head contact as their younger siblings do. This provides ample opportunities for lice to transfer.

Head lice is a parasite typically associated with children. Many lice treatment products have packaging targeted towards children or even have images of children on the bottle. The reason for this is that lice are, of...

Head Lice Origins: Where did it all begin?

Head Lice Origins: Where did it all begin?

 

Head lice have evolved with humans and fossilized lice evidence can help scientists determine the migration patterns of early humans.
Head lice have evolved along with humans over tens of thousands of years. Fossilized lice evidence can help scientists determine the migration patterns of early humans.

Head Lice is a human parasite that feeds on our blood. There is no other known species that can host head lice, so you do not worry about your pets. They are primarily transferred from...

Head Lice Policy in Schools

Head Lice Policy in Schools

 

Nurse checking for head lice on young patient
Every school has a different lice policy. Some schools will not permit students to return until they pass a visual inspection and no nits are found.

Every school has their own head lice policy, some schools will not let students attend class with even one nit, while others do not see it as a threat. The American Academy of Pediatrics released an article with the...