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Popular Science Interviews LiceDoctors Owner Karen Sokoloff

Popular Science Interviews LiceDoctors Owner Karen Sokoloff
Updated on 
December 13, 2018

 

Popular Science article interviewing LiceDoctors owner Karen Sokoloff, image of lice comb and very short hair

 

It’s the scourge all teachers and parents dread, haunting elementary schools, striking swiftly and unexpectedly. In a matter of days, it can infect all the children in a room—and then spread to you. Just the thought of that is enough to make you reflexively scratch your head. This plague is the unholy head louse.

Popular Science writer Jillian Mock interviews LiceDoctors Owner Karen Sokoloff to get the nitty gritty on Lice!

 

 

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