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Winter Head Lice. What Every Parent Needs to Know.

03 December

Winter Head Lice. Is it possible to get lice in the winter? While it is true that head lice do not like cold weather, head lice are, in fact, present 12 months of the year. Even during a chilly New England winter, head lice are spreading successfully amongst elementary school aged children. And some of […]

Lice Removal Near Me. Peace of Mind Within Reach!

28 September

Lice Removal Near Me. Can you hire someone to treat head lice? Yes you can and 40% of parents prefer to have lice removal professionals do the job for them. First of all many parents find it difficult to get their child to sit still for an hour while they comb through their hair to […]

How Rapidly Can You Get Head Lice?

05 August

How rapidly can you get head lice? Parents often wonder how long it takes for head lice to spread. First of all head lice do not spread rapidly. Because it takes 1-3 months for a head lice colony to build up on your scalp and become a healthy head lice infestation. First a pregnant adult […]

Can Head Lice Live on Pillows and Sheets?

19 June
Can Head Lice live on pillows and sheets?

Can Head Lice Live on Pillows and Sheets? First of all head lice need to feed every 2-4 hours, and more frequently when they are nymphs. Furthermore the only food head lice can survive on is human blood. And human blood from a human scalp. Scalp skin is different from skin on other parts of […]

Overnight Freezer Lice Kill Method

24 May
Lice Bites On Back of Neck

Overnight Freezer Lice Kill Method. Yes Dorothy you can take your headbands, bows, elastics, combs and brushes and put them in the freezer overnight to kill anything related to head lice. First of all place all items in a ziploc bag. Next put the ziploc bag in the freezer overnight. Finally, pour yourself a big […]

Incubation Period Head Lice. Are You Prepared for Lice?

15 May

Incubation Period Head Lice. First of all Head Lice Stigma creates a lot of panic in parents. As a result Head Lice are a poorly misunderstood human parasites. In contrast to humans, other primates have their own parasites that are similar to, but genetically different from, human head lice. Baboons engage in something called social […]