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Educational Head Lice Seminars Presented by the Head Lice Specialist

List of basic facts about head lice
We Dispel Myths and Present Facts about Head Lice to Educate & Empower the Community.

Here at Head Hunters we believe education is empowerment and that one of the best ways to prevent head lice and a head lice panic is to educate the community. To help fight against head lice in our community, we often speak at seminars for schools, day care, and social services. When we are asked to host a...

Dangers of Social Stigma

There is still a stigma for those who have head lice

Head lice is far more common than you would think. In fact, in children, head lice are the second most common ailment next to the common cold. Most people think of head lice as a taboo subject so they choose not to communicate with other parents about their child having lice. Unfortunately, not communicating with the proper people can cause more issues and put your child at risk for re-exposure....

What should a Hair Stylist do if they find Head Lice?

What should a Hair Stylist do if they find Head Lice?

Lice can be an embarrassing issue for many people, especially when it is discovered in a public setting. Discovering lice at your local hair salon could easily end the relationship between a regular client and their stylist due to embarrassment. To prevent this, the stylist should remain calm and collected so the client is comfortable with returning after the lice are removed.

The first step to...

Head Lice by the Numbers; How Quickly an Infestation can Grow

Head Lice by the Numbers; How Quickly an Infestation can Grow

A mature louse can lay 5 to 10 eggs daily. A louse’s average life span is 33 days. That means one louse, for its life span, can lay anywhere from 165 to 330 eggs. Each of those eggs, for its lifespan, will lay the same. To put it in perspective, this first louse will have close t 108,000 grand children and 11 million great grand children. Let’s add a few more figures. It takes about 3 to 4 weeks...

Who Gets Head Lice? Who has a Higher or Lower Risk?

Who Gets Head Lice? Who has a Higher or Lower Risk?


A person of any gender, race and social status is at risk for getting head lice. If you have hair, you can get lice!

Head lice are found in all countries, in all ages and in all strata of society. Unlike body lice, head lice are completely indifferent to the hygiene of the host, meaning that they thrive just as well in clean hair as in greasy hair.

The type of people most likely to be exposed to...

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