Why Should I pay for a Lice Treatment Service When I Can Go to the Pharmacy and Buy an Over-the Counter Treatment?
That is a question that many people mull over when trying to decide their first line of fire when treating head lice. Frankly, the majority of our clients have taken the pharmacy route and have found that the OTC products do NOT Why Pay For Lice Treatment Service?
Top 15 Faq’s of Lice Are lice dangerous and do they carry disease? No, lice can cause itching and a rash, but do not carry disease. What do lice look like? Adults are about the size of a sesame seed, have 6 legs, are wingless and have a brownish tinge. What do nits (eggs) look like?Nits are laid on the hair shaft, close to Learn the Top 15 FAQ’s of Lice and Lice Removal
Head Lice Information: Facts and Fiction
We hope that you find this head lice information helpful.
Lots of Mis-Information About Head Lice and Nits
There is much mis-information about head lice on the Internet. We at LiceDoctors Head Lice Removal Service have compiled a list of head lice facts and fiction that we have learned over our 15 years as lice professionals.
When is Head Lice Season?
You may have noticed that head lice are showing up on your kids’ hair or on your child’s’ friends’ hair.
Warm Months Increases Frequency of Head Lice Infestations
The frequency of head lice increases in the warm months. The likely cause of head lice infestation is that children play together more in the warmer weather and therefore transmit Summer is Busy Time for Head Lice
Head Lice In Children
Main Cause of Absenteeism from School? Head lice in Children
Head lice in children is very prevalent and has become a leading cause of absenteeism from schools. In fact, head lice have become so common-place that in 2010, the American Pediatric Association recommended that children with nits be allowed to stay in school as so many children were missing Head Lice In Children – Absent From School
Head Lice Egg – Also Called a Nit
In the case of what comes first the lice or the eggs, the answer is easy: The Lice.
In order to have head lice eggs (nits) in the hair, a bug (louse) has to have crawled into the hair and laid eggs. Each louse lays 6 to 10 eggs per day and can live for Head Lice Egg – Also Called a Nit