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About Head Lice Infestations and Boston Lice Removal

About Head Lice Infestations and Boston Lice Removal
Updated on 
April 14, 2017

As with other geographical areas across the US, young children in Boston face lice infestations in their classrooms through out the school year and in their camp groups during the summers. What makes Boston stand out is that because of the concentration of colleges and universities in the metro area, students in the 18-22 year old range report a significantly higher incidence of head lice than the national norm for that demographic. Anytime that people are in close contact with each other, the risk of spreading head lice is significant. When students are in dorms, it not unusual for several people on the floor to end up having head lice at the same time--passing it back and forth to each other. Related Link: Why Kids Get Lice More Often Than Adults "It gives me great satisfaction knowing that the family I have just treated will now be able to get a good night's sleep and that most importantly they are lice-free, guaranteed". Noreen in Boston This is why we recommend the expertise and privacy of a professional in-home Boston lice removal service like LiceDoctors, who will come and check and treat your whole family. You will be pleased with the results…we guarantee it!

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