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         Lice:     more books (101)
  1. Louse. by David Grand, 2002-10-01
  2. THE LICE POEMS by W.S. Merwin, 1969-01-01
  3. The Louse Danger by British Museum (Natural History), 1918-01-01
  4. Head Lice - A Medical Dictionary, Bibliography, and Annotated Research Guide to Internet References by Health Publica Icon Health Publications, 2004-01-09
  5. Head Lice Up Close (Raintree Perspectives: Minibeasts Up Close) (Raintree Perspectives: Minibeasts Up Close) by Greg Pyres, 2005-09-19
  6. A Monograph of the Jumping Plant-Lice, or Psyllidæ, of the New World by David Livingston Crawford, 2010-03-28
  7. Lice And Their Menace To Man by Major W. Byam, 2009-11-22
  8. Lice: Webster's Timeline History, 43 - 2007 by Icon Group International, 2009-04-16
  9. An investigation of the louse problem by William Moore, Arthur Douglass Hirschfelder, 2010-08-20
  10. Kill-a-louse Week and Other Stories (Plus) by Susan Gregory, 1988-02-25
  11. The Spruce Gall-Louse: Chermes Abietis Linn. (1897) by Charles Henry Fernald, 2010-05-23
  12. She Ra, Princess Of Power/Lice (Princess of Power) by Golden Books, 1985-03-01
  13. Head Louse (Bug Books) by Chris Macro, Karen Hartley, et all 2001-06-05
  14. Taxonomy and Ecology of the Jumping Plant-Lice of Panama (Homoptera, Psylloidea) by R. G. Brown, I. D. Hodkinson, 1997-08-01

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42. Lice And Lindane -
Read an article explaining the adverse effects of using a common pesticide totreat head lice and scabies.
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43. L.I.C.E. - Lega Italiana Contro L'Epilessia
La lega italiana contro l'epilessia ¨ una societ  scientifica che ha lo scopo di contribuire alla cura e all'assistenza dei malati nonch¨ al loro inserimento nella societ . Statuto, sedi regionali, gruppi di studio e database congressi e pubblicazioni.

44. Head Lice Information Sheet - Rick Speare
Information sheet for parents about strategies to control head lice.
Assoc Professor Rick Speare
School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine
James Cook University
Townsville AUSTRALIA 4811
Phone: 07-47225778 International: -61-7-47225778
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Many head lice infections cause no symptoms, and probably less than half cause itch. So you have to LOOK to find out if your child has head lice. Do not rely on itching and scratching. Eggs are not difficult to see; use a strong light and look on the hair shafts. Newly laid eggs are usually within 1.5 cm of the scalp while older eggs are higher up the hair shafts. If you are not sure whether an object you find is a head louse egg, try sliding it up the hair shaft using your fingers. Eggs are usually quite difficult to move, whereas hair muffs and other items slide easily. Live, dead, hatched eggs?
How can I tell?
However, finding live lice can be difficult since the climbers move away quickly from disturbances in the hair, and they are very difficult to see. An easy way to find the climbers is to use the conditioner and nit comb technique
  • Apply conditioner to dry hair aiming to cover each hair from root to tip with a layer of conditioner.
  • 45. Lice Fighters-Head Lice Removal, Nit Removal, Nits, Lice, Pediculosis, New Jerse
    Professional head live removal. Also offers screening for schools and camps.
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    46. Head Lice Detection Kit - Rick Speare
    A head lice detection kit consists of conditioner, a fine tooth comb, a normalcomb and paper tissue. Information from the Department of Public Health and
    Detecting head lice, even on yourself, can be a simple process by applying conditioner to dry hair, combing the hair with the usual plastic fine tooth comb, and looking for lice by wiping the combings on paper tissue. A head lice detection kit therefore consists of 4 things:
    • Conditioner - white conditioner is best since the lice and eggs are easier to see
    • A fine tooth comb - to remove lice and eggs
    • A normal comb - to remove tangles
    • Paper tissue - white tissues are best since the lice and eggs are easier to see.
    Conditioner and Fine Tooth Comb Technique
  • Apply conditioner to dry hair aiming to cover each hair from root to tip with a layer of conditioner.
  • Detangle the hair using an ordinary comb.
  • Immediately comb the hair with a fine tooth comb. Plastic nit combs with conditioner are very effective for detecting and removing climbers, but far less effective for eggs. The Lice Meister comb removes about 10 times more eggs than plastic nit combs.
  • Wipe the conditioner off the fine tooth comb onto a paper tissue and look for lice and eggs.
  • Repeat the combing for every part of the head at least 5 times.
  • 47. Kozmetički Salon Anela
    Iskustvo i stručnost uz pravilnu kombinaciju vrhunskih preparata vam njeguju nokte, lice i tijelo.
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    48. Preseren - TS : Index
    liceo statale classico, scientifico e linguistico con lingua d'insegnamento slovena presenta le varie sezioni, l'elenco insegnanti e i progetti.
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    49. L'Auberge Des Lices Et La Taverne Du Château à Carcassonne
    JeanPierre Blasco pr©sente son h´tel-restaurant et sa brasserie. Carte et r©servation en ligne.

    50. EMedicine - Lice : Article By Dirk M Elston, MD
    lice Louse infestation remains a major problem throughout the world. Head louseinfestation among school children has reached epidemic proportions in many
    (advertisement) Home Specialties Resource Centers CME ... Patient Education Articles Images CME Advanced Search Consumer Health Link to this site Back to: eMedicine Specialties Dermatology Parasitic Infections
    Last Updated: August 24, 2005 Rate this Article Email to a Colleague Synonyms and related keywords: pediculosis, louse infestation, nits AUTHOR INFORMATION Section 1 of 11 Author Information Introduction Clinical Differentials ... Bibliography
    Author: Dirk M Elston, MD , Teaching Faculty, Department of Dermatology, Geisinger Medical Center Dirk M Elston, MD, is a member of the following medical societies: American Academy of Dermatology Editor(s): Daniel Hogan, MD , Chief of Dermatology, Professor, Departments of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics, Louisiana State University Medical Center; David F Butler, MD Edward F Chan, MD , Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Dermatology, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine; Catherine Quirk, MD , Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Dermatology, Brown University; and

    51. Yulook
    Online takmicenje za lice godine. Propozicije takmicenja, modeli, prijava, saveti, pitanja, i sponzori.
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    52. Lice -
    Has your child brought home an unwanted houseguest — head lice? With a trip tothe drugstore and some patient work, you can treat lice at home.

    53. Critters Of Guam: The Animals Who Share Our Island
    Humorous essays about Guam's wildlife, including brown tree snakes, bagworms, mosquitoes, flatworms, slugs, carabao, pigs, toads, chickens, lice, balate, dogs, lizards, flies, ants, wasps and cockroaches!
    Critters of Guam
    by Brenna Lorenz What kinds of creatures live on our island? This page is devoted mostly, but not exclusively, to the land animals. There are plenty of books out there dealing with fish and coral. These are the animals you are likely to meet if you live on Guam.
    Brown Tree Snakes
    Everyone else is telling snake fables; that is mine.
    Some people seem to be plagued with snakes, and other people, like us, never see them. Since 1991, we have only seen one in the wild. We have been told that if you have cats, you won't have snakes. We have four cats, but only once did they bring home a snake body. Our neighbor says that the cats don't usually kill the snakes, they just harass them until they decide to go somewhere more peaceful. The Guam Power Authority has blamed snakes for power outages so often that it has become a joke. The snakes, who are arboreal, climb utility poles and fry their buns on the power lines. The GPA guys got so tired of people saying, "Yeah, right" to their snake stories that they started producing snake bodies as evidence. It has been suggested that the snakes are attracted to electromagnetic fields.
    Everyone has heard about how the snakes go after babies. People say that they can smell the milk on a young mammal. The bite of the snake can be very dangerous to babies, but we are told by experts that brown tree snakes are not technically venomous. They don't have venom sacs, but simply some weird chemicals in their saliva that can cause a bad reaction in some people. Researchers tell me that the snake is of interest because they think that snake venom in other species evolved this way, from saliva.

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    55. BBC NEWS | Health | Wet Combing Best To Rid Head Lice
    Fine combing of wet hair is far more effective than chemical lotions for eliminatinghead lice, say researchers.


    ... Newswatch Last Updated: Thursday, 4 August 2005, 23:01 GMT 00:01 UK E-mail this to a friend Printable version Wet combing best to rid head lice Lice have developed a resistance to certain treatments Fine combing of wet hair is far more effective than pharmacy-bought chemical lotions for eliminating head lice, say researchers.
    People who used wet combing were four times more likely to rid themselves of head lice than those who used insecticide products, they found. Head lice have developed resistance to common over the counter products. The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine research is published in the British Medical Journal. Delousing Head lice live close to the scalp, where there is warmth, food and shelter. They cannot fly, jump or hop and are spread when people's heads touch each other. For every two or three people using the Bug Buster kit rather than pediculicides an extra person would be cured
    The study authors To reproduce, they lay eggs that stick to the hair and hatch baby lice. If the adult lice are removed from the head they cannot survive for more than about 24 hours.

    56. Head Lice
    Quality information on children s health and wellbeing, such as vaccination,pregnancy, infant care, healthy eating, common illnesses, safety,
    Head lice Head lice are tiny insects that live on the scalp. They lay eggs, called nits, which stick to hair very close to the scalp. Head lice do not spread disease. Having head lice does not mean you are not clean. Head lice are very common among young children, especially in child care centres and schools. Head lice spread easily among children who are together in one place. How are head lice spread?
    How can parents tell if their child has head lice?

    How can head lice be treated?

    What about other treatments for head lice?
    Should children with head lice stay home from school?
    How are head lice spread?
    • Head lice spread through direct contact among children or indirectly on items such as hats, combs, hairbrushes and head phones. They don’t fly or hop, but they can crawl very quickly. Although head lice often make the scalp itchy, it is possible to have them without any symptoms. Head lice can’t live on pets, such as cats or dogs. Head lice can live up to 3 days off the scalp. Although the eggs can also survive for up to 3 days, they need a warm environment to develop. They are not likely to hatch at room temperature.

    57. Guinea Pigs: All About Them
    Learn all about guinea pigs and their needs including cages, diet, babies, lice, life span, sociality and FAQ's.
    Guinea Pigs: All About Them
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    Experiment Results Winning Our Award Sign Guestbook View Guestbook Fun Stuff Awards Experiment Links Pictures ... True Stories Search This Site Pictures of My Pigs Squeak Snowflake Chocolate Brownie Cabbage Chestnut Lucky Meet the newest guinea pig Click to see pics of Squeak Vote for your favorite pic About This Website You are visitor... Last Updated: August 23, 2005 Established: June 28, 2003 Website hosted for free by: Press Ctrl+D to Bookmark Guinea Pig History Many people think that guinea pigs came from Guinea or New Guinea because of their name, but they really didn't. Guinea pigs originated from South America and the Andes Mountains in Peru. Many people who own guinea pigs as pets just call them "guinea pigs." Others, who show or breed them, call them "cavies." Thier scientific name is "Cavia porcellus." They come in all different breeds and colors. Some breeds are: Abyssinian, Agouti, Short-Hair, Angora, and White-Crested. These breeds/varieties are determined by many factors, including color, length, and fur patterns. Guinea pigs vary in color as well. Some are sandy, some are brown, black, or white, and some are multicolored too! Some guinea pigs are albino. This means that their fur is white, but their eyes are reddish-pink. My guinea pig Snowflake is an Albino.

    58. BBC NEWS | Science/Nature | Farm Sea Lice Plague Wild Salmon
    The spread of parasitic sea lice from salmon farms to wild salmon is a biggerproblem than thought, a study shows.


    World Service
    ... Newswatch Last Updated: Tuesday, 29 March, 2005, 23:21 GMT 00:21 UK E-mail this to a friend Printable version Farm sea lice plague wild salmon The parasites live in the slime that covers the fish The spread of parasitic sea lice from salmon farms to wild salmon is a far bigger problem than had previously been imagined, a new study claims.
    Researchers looking at a salmon farm in Canada found that infection levels in wild juvenile salmon near the farm were 73 times higher than normal. Sea lice are crustacean parasites that can also affect fish. Both wild and farmed salmon are at risk. Details appear in the science journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B. Our research shows that the impact of a single farm is far-reaching
    Marty Krkosek, University of Alberta During the course of their research, the scientists studied 5,500 young wild pink and chum salmon over 60km (37 miles) of their migration route in British Columbia, Canada. The researchers were able to isolate the effect of a single farm on infection levels in a wild population because the facility was anchored in a long, thin fjord and the wild fish had no choice but to pass by the farm on their seaward migration.

    59. Elliot's Disease Research Library
    Library of information for those suffering from Elliot's Disease, an undiagnosed parasitic skin disorder affecting humans and their pets that may mimic lice or scabies.
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    Elliot's Disease is an undiagnosed skin disorder affecting humans and/or their pets that may mimic lice or scabies. Welcome to the Library! This site is dedicated to the sharing of a library of information regarding Elliot's Disease. Feel free to browse the library (which will be updated frequently) or to participate in the letter campaign designed to raise public awareness of Elliot's Disease.

    60. FAQs - I've Got You Under My Skin
    Scabies FAQ at The National Pediculosis Association®, Inc., the national clearing house on head lice and scabies issues.
    SM HeadLice.Org Hot Spots: select a destination Homepage Quicklinks for Parents Frequently Asked Questions Free Downloads Free Critter Card™ Offer LiceMeister Comb The NPA's No Nit Policy NPA Video Theatre Send an E-Card Site Search Reporting Registry Comment Browser Skin Scraping/Collembola Research I've Got You Under My Skin
    Frequently Asked Questions About Scabies W
    hat is the most common symptom of scabies?
    The most typical symptom of scabies is intense itching, particularly at night. Scabies and its associated itching occur most often between the folds of the skin, such as at the wrists and elbows, between the fingers, and in the general area of the navel and beltline. Infants and children sometimes get scabies on the head and scalp, or on the palms of the hands or soles of the feet.
    How do you get scabies?
    Scabies is mainly transmitted from one person to another through close contact with an infested person, or by sharing his or her personal articles, such as clothing or bed linen. If you think you may have been exposed, or if you experience intense itching, consult your physician.
    Can you get scabies from pets?

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