By LiceDoctors Technician, Kelli Ogle
May 14, 2020
Believe us when we tell you that you are not alone when it comes to getting head lice. Millions of children and their families get lice each year. Children are in close enough contact to their friends that lice can be transmitted easily.
By Lice Technician Sean McGee
April 25, 2020
Like hats, wigs may carry lice but are only a problem if the bugs crawl off the wig and onto your own hair. Lice cannot get their food, human blood, while residing on a wig.
One of the most frequently asked questions about head lice is: “Can I get lice from my dog or cat?” The short answer is NO (with a little qualification). Head lice are hearty, but they are picky.
Enjoy your holiday but remember family gatherings can mean the passing along of head lice!
Schools across the state deal with head lice on a case by case basis, “Because the Texas Department of Health Services says lice is not considered a health threat."
Traveling can be stressful for a variety of reasons, LiceDoctors can ease at least one of your worries.
Halloween and Thanksgiving holidays are approaching; one of them is associated with causing an increase in the incidence of head lice and one is not. Can you guess which is which?
Everyone can get head lice! The answer is ANYONE can get head lice. Head lice has become an epidemic in the US.
We have received several calls from
African American residents of Washington DC asking if African American hair is resistant to head lice.
Although lice are more commonly found in females, each year thousands of males are diagnosed with head lice