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         Lice:     more books (101)
  1. Rats, Lice And History by Hans Zizsser, 2008-11-04
  2. Head Louse (Bug Books) by Philip Taylor, 2005-09-15
  3. Louse by David Grand, 1998-11-02
  4. Head Lice (My Health) by Allison Lassieur, 2000-09
  5. Natalie's Lice Aren't Nice by Natalie Lillie, 2008-07-01
  6. Chewing Lice: World Checklist and Biological Overview (Special Publication 24) by Ronald A. Hellenthal, Ricardo L. Palma, Kevin P. Johnson, Dale H. Clayton Roger D. Price, 2003
  7. Wiping out Head Lice by Nicholas Bakalar, 1997-05-01
  8. Those Itsy-Bitsy Teeny-Tiny Not-So-Nice Head Lice (Spanish Edition) by Judith Anne Rice, 2002-07-01
  9. Commies, Crooks, Gypsies, Spooks & Poets: Thirteen Books of Prague in the Year of the Great Lice Epidemic by Jan Novak, 1995-04-13
  10. Of a Comb, a Prayer Book, Sugar Cubes, & Lice: Survivor of Six Concentration Camps by Shana Fogarty, 2006-01-01
  11. Head Louse (Bug Books) (Bug Books) by Karen Hartley, Chris Macro, et all 2007-03-26
  12. Leeches, Lice and Lampreys: A Natural History of Skin and Gill Parasites of Fishes by Graham C. Kearn, 2010-11-02
  13. Wood Lice and Millipedes (Keeping Minibeasts) by Barrie Watts, 1992-04
  14. Lice by Blaise Cendrars, 1974-09-05

21. Pubic Lice
A free informational monograph on Pubic lice for patient counseling and education.
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Your Pharmacy Jobs and Business to Business e Resource More Monographs Pharmacist Jobs Nursing Jobs CE ... Salary Data PUBIC LICE What are PUBIC LICE?
- Pubic lice (also called crabs) are tiny (white, tan or brownish in color), wingless insects that may live on the skin and hair in the pubic region, armpits, eyelashes or temporarily on clothing and bedding.
- Pubic lice feed by biting the skin and sucking blood.
- Pubic lice lay tiny eggs, called nits, which can often be seen on the base of the hair shaft near the skin. Causes of PUBIC LICE
- Pubic lice are spread by close physical contact, usually sexually, with an infected person.
- Contact with recently infected objects (clothing, bedding, etc.) may also spread pubic lice.
- Pubic lice do not jump, fly or swim. - Pubic lice can only live off of the human body for a maximum of about 72 hours although most die within a day.

22. Killing Head Lice, Hypoallergenic Shampoo, Treating Head Lice, How To Get Rid Of
School time shampoo, pesticide free cleanser for eliminating headlice and nits.

23. MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia: Head Lice
Provides definition, causes, risk, symptoms, tests, treatment and prevention ofhead lice.
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Head lice Nit on human hair Lice, head - nits in the hair with close-up Head louse emerging from egg ... Head louse infestation - scalp Alternative names Return to top Lice - head; Nits; Pediculosis capitis - head lice Definition Return to top Head lice are tiny insects that live on the scalp. They can be spread by close contact with other people. Causes, incidence, and risk factors Return to top There are three common types of lice: head lice, body lice , and pubic lice (also called crabs). Head lice infect the scalp hair and are easiest to see at the nape of the neck and over the ears. Tiny eggs can be seen on the hair, appearing much like flakes of dandruff , but stuck firmly to the hair shaft instead of flaking off the scalp. Lice can also live on clothing, carpets, or bedding. Head lice are spread easily and cause intense itching, but they do not lead to a serious medical problem. Lice are more common in close, overcrowded living conditions. Lice spread readily among school children.

24. Division Of Parasitic Diseases - Head Lice Fact Sheet
Head lice Infestation (Pediculosis)

25. Phthiraptera
Classification and phylogeny of lice from the Tree of Life project.

26. Division Of Parasitic Diseases - Head Lice
Head lice Infestation (Pediculosis) Update on Head lice in Schools Do 'NoNit' Policies Work? May 2001. Head lice Infestation

27. Division Of Parasitic Diseases - Body Lice Fact Sheet
Includes insect information, symptoms, and treatment.

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Body Lice
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What are body lice?
Body lice are parasitic insects that live on the body and in the clothing or bedding of infested humans. Infestation is common, found worldwide, and affects people of all races. Body lice infestations spread rapidly under crowded conditions where hygiene is poor and there is frequent contact among people. Are body lice infestations common in the United States? Body lice are found only in homeless, transient populations who don't have access to changes of clothes or bath. Infestation is unlikely to persist on anyone who bathes regularly and who regularly has access to freshly laundered clothing and bedding.
Where are body lice found?
Body lice are found on the body and on clothing or bedding used by infested people; lice eggs are lain in the seams of clothing or on bedding. Occasionally eggs are attached to body hair. Lice found on the hair and head are not body lice; they are head lice.

28. Head Lice Treatment -
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29. Quantum For Weight Loss Program, Cold Sore Treatment, Weight Loss Diet, Head Lic
Skin care, lice removal, cold and flu, vitamins and herbs, minerals, and intestinal care.
Quantum specializes in alternative medicine and offers condition specific products including a herpes treatment, weight loss program, weight loss diet, that allows one to lose weight safely, a cold sore remedy and cold sore treatment, products for head lice, and lice treatment, lozenges, sprays and more as a cold remedy, herbs for migraine headache, a natural insect repellent and natural mosquito repellent, a full range of vitamins, herbs and minerals. Quality since 1981. Buy online or in stores nationwide. No Frame Navigation Age Management Essential Fatty Acids Eye Health Gum Therapy ... Value Packs
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30. Head Lice
Describes types of body and head lice, how to detect, and how to get rid of them. A correct diagnosis from a medical doctor, public health worker, or

31. Lice
Ventral view of Pediculus humanus Two head lice with dime for size comparison Lateral view of Pediculus humanus Human head louse head closeup
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Natural human and animal health products for head lice, muscle balm, uterine flush and disinfectant.
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33. DPDx - Head Lice
Adult lice can live up to 30 days on a person's head. To live, adult lice need to feed on blood several times daily.

34. Head Lice
lice aren t dangerous and they don t spread disease, but they are contagious andcan just be downright annoying. Learn more about this common childhood

Parents Infections Common Childhood Infections
Much to many parents' annoyance, the head louse is a tiny, wingless parasitic insect that lives among human hairs and feeds on extremely small amounts of blood drawn from the scalp. Although they may sound gross, lice (the plural of louse) are a very common problem, especially for kids ages 3 years to 12 years (girls more often than boys). Lice aren't dangerous and they don't spread disease, but they are contagious and can just be downright annoying. Their bites may cause your child's scalp to become itchy and inflamed and persistent scratching may lead to skin irritation and even infection. How Can I Tell if My Child Has Lice?
Though very small, lice can be seen by the naked eye. What you or your child's doctor might see by thoroughly examining your child's head: Lice eggs (called nits) , which look like tiny, oval white (to yellow) dots. Lice lay nits on hair shafts close to the skin's surface, where the temperature is perfect for keeping warm until they hatch. Nits look sort of like dandruff, only they can't be removed by brushing or shaking them off. Unless the infestation is heavy, it's more common to see nits in a child's hair than it is to see live lice crawling on the scalp. Lice eggs hatch within 1 to 2 weeks after they're laid. Adult lice and nymphs (baby lice).

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"Lice are nature's scavengers. They live off the impurities in the blood."
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Lice infestation is associated with nutritional deficiencies and associated toxins in the bloodstream.
Before you decide that this theory is too absurd to be contemplated, let me explain.
Head lice, body lice, crabs or "nits" are tiny insect parasites which live off the blood. They can be very resistant to treatment, prone to making comebacks and can drive people absolutely crazy trying to figure out a way to eliminate them.
Also these days, not only do we have super bugs resistant to antibiotics, but super lice which are becoming resistant to chemical treatments.
What can be done?
Conventional Treatment for Lice The conventional treatment is insecticides.

36. Welcome To Safe Solutions, Products And Research For Non-toxic Pest
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37. Lice Aren't So Nice
lice are tiny insects that live in a person s hair. Find out more in this articlefor kids.
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Scratch scratch. Scratch. Your head is feeling really itchy. Could it be lice? If so, you're not alone. Every year, between 6 and 12 million people worldwide get head lice . Most of those millions are kids. Any kid who goes to school has probably already heard about lice. They can spread easily at schools, so if one kid gets them, the rest of the class might get them, too. What can you do? Let's find out. What Are Lice?
Lice are very, very small insects. In fact, they are so tiny that you can barely see them! Each louse (the name for one of the lice) is brown and gray and only about the size of a sesame seed. Lice are parasites (say: pah- ruh-sytes), which means that they live off other living things. Head lice need to be next to skin to survive - and the warmth of your skin is a perfect place for them to live. Lice eat tiny amounts of blood (much less than a mosquito does) for their nourishment and use their sticky little feet to hold on to hair. Gross! When lice start living in hair, they also start to lay eggs, or nits . Lice can survive up to 30 days on a person's head and can lay eight eggs a day. Lice attach their nits to pieces of hair, close to the scalp. If you see a small, oval blob that's white or clear on a strand of hair, that's probably a nit.

38. MedlinePlus Head Lice
Head lice

39. Rid Lice
A parent's guide on eliminating head lice, and preventing their spread.

40. Non-Toxic Lice R Gone And Not Nice To Lice
Safe, fast, organic lice and nit remover; 30 minutes and kids are back in school.
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