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Scientific American Speaks with LiceDoctors Owner Karen Sokoloff About Super Lice

Scientific American Speaks with LiceDoctors Owner Karen Sokoloff About Super Lice
Updated on 
February 9, 2019

When it comes to fighting lice, experience counts, and with more than 20 years in the business LiceDoctors co-owner Karen Sokoloff is more than qualified to share her wisdom with Scientific American's readership. Click above for a discussion on why we are seeing an upswing in cases of so-called "Super Lice" and how best to combat it. 

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