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         Lice:     more books (101)
  1. Let's Talk About Head Lice (The Let's Talk Library) by Melanie Apel Gordon, 1999-05
  2. Kamniske Ali Savinjske Alpe, Njih Zgradba in Njih Lice: Poljuden Geoloski in Krajinski Opis, Volume 1 (Slovene Edition) by Ferdinand Seidl, 2010-01-12
  3. Management and Control of Head Lice Infestations (Uni-Med Science) by Jorg Heukelbach, 2010-04-23
  4. Body Lice - A Medical Dictionary, Bibliography, and Annotated Research Guide to Internet References by ICON Health Publications, 2004-09-03
  5. Head Lice (First Facts) by Glaser, Jason, 2005-09-01
  6. The Official Patient's Sourcebook on Head Lice Infestation: A Revised and Updated Directory for the Internet Age by Icon Health Publications, 2002-10
  7. Louse on the Locks of Literature by Anthony M. Kearney, 1986-06
  8. Head Lice... What Do I Do Now?? by Tracy Lynn Carroll, 2005-04-11
  9. Pathogens Of Wild And Farmed Fish: Sea Lice (Ellis Horwood Series in Aquaculture and Fisheries Support)
  10. The Official Patient's Sourcebook on Pubic Lice: A Revised and Updated Directory for the Internet Age by Icon Health Publications, 2002-09
  11. A List of the Biting Lice (Mallophaga) Taken from Birds and Mammals of North America by Vernon Lyman Kellogg, 2010-04-22
  12. Head Louse (Bug Books) by Karen Hartley, Chris MacRo, et all 2001-02
  13. Lice (Naturebooks) by Patrick Merrick, 2000-10
  14. Lard, Lice and Longevity (Studies of the Netherlands Institute for War Documentation) by Ralf Futselaar, 2009-03-31

81. Home Of Headlice Control
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The Head Lice Repelling Unit (HELRU) is a small device using the latest technology to repel head lice from infesting children and adults. It is in the form of a badge of the Unicorn and is pinned to the clothing of the individual. It is designed to be completely safe to the wearer. Its effect on head lice is to repel them. In early 2000, it was tested by a schoolteacher whose report is here Early in 2001 a local school agreed to test the HELRU on a class basis. Their report is here
The news of the HELRU leaked from the school and a number of parents bought HELRU's on a 90 day money back guarantee - not one has been returned.
One child lost her HELRU and her grandmother bought her another. The grandmother's letter is

82. Head Lice
In the past few years, there has been an upsurge of head lice in At leastone of every ten children will probably contract head lice by the 6th grade.
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Dear Parent:
In the past few years, there has been an upsurge of head lice in preschools and elementary schools. At least one of every ten children will probably contract head lice by the 6th grade. Contrary to public opinion, the main source of head lice is the family home environment, NOT the school system. Lice are found in the school system by diligent school teachers or nurses who are aware of the problem.
  • Head lice will attack the clean and the unclean with equal zest. Cleanliness is no barrier.
  • Head lice like the rich and the poor, and almost all races of people. Between 12-14 million people each year are affected.
  • Head lice are most common in young school age children, but anyone can get them.
Here are some questions parents often ask about treating head lice: 1. What are head lice? A head louse is an insect that lives on the human scalp and feeds on blood. While feeding, lice inject saliva into the skin which causes itching. They hatch from small eggs, called nits, that are attached to the shaft of individual hairs. The eggs hatch in about 10 days, with the new lice reaching maturity in about two weeks. A female louse can live for 20-30 days, and lay as many as six eggs a day. Adult head lice are about the size of a sesame seed.

83. Phthiraptera
Information and illustrations of lice from an Entomology course at N.C. State University.
Parasitic Lice / Biting Lice / Sucking Lice
The name Phthiraptera is derived from the Greek " phthir " meaning lice and " aptera
Physical Features
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Mallophaga ) and sucking lice (order Anoplura Phthiraptera
Common ectoparasites of birds and mammals. North America
Number of Families Number of Species
incomplete development (egg, nymph, adult)
closely related to Hemiptera and Psocoptera
The order is divided into four suborders (Ischnocera, Amblycera, Rhynchophthirina, and Anoplura) distinguishable from one another by the size of the head, the shape of the third antennal segment, and the presence or absence of maxillary palps.
Physical Features:
Biting Lice Sucking Lice
  • Head broad, with mandibulate mouthparts
  • Antennae short; 3-5 segmented
  • Eyes reduced or absent
  • Tarsi 1- or 2-segmented, most species have two small claws
  • Head conical, with suctorial mouthparts
  • Antennae short, 3- to 5-segmented
  • Eyes reduced or absent
  • Tarsi usually 1-segmented with a single large claw
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  • 84. Lice
    lice are parasitic insects which live on hairy parts of the body and feed on human There are three kinds of lice head lice, body lice and pubic lice.
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    ... The Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs Lice are parasitic insects which live on hairy parts of the body and feed on human blood. There are three kinds of lice: head lice, body lice and pubic lice. They can be transmitted in a variety of ways, depending on the particular site of infestation. Head Lice: Head lice live on the scalp, especially behind the ears and on the back of the head. They usually attach themselves to the root of the hair. Their tiny round eggs, called nits, are also attached to the hair shaft. This type of lice usually spreads from an infested person to others by the sharing of personal items such as combs, brushes, towels, linens, scarves and headwear. The primary symptom of head lice infestation is intense itching of the scalp. Careful examination of the hair will reveal the small, silvery eggs attached to the individual hairs. Body Lice: Body lice live and feed on all parts of the body. These lice do not attach themselves to hair shafts, but rather they live and deposit their eggs in the clothing or bed linens of an infested person. They move along the person’s body only when feeding. Body lice and their eggs (also called nits) are spread by direct physical contact with the infested persons, their clothing, or bed linens.

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    86. Institut De Ciències De L'Educació - Universitat De Barcelona
    de la Universitat de Barcelona. Utilitzaci³ de les Tecnologies de la Informaci³ a la formaci³ permanent del professorat. Aplicaci³ a lice

    87. PestWorld For Kids
    There are two main types of lice. Sucking lice have small or no eyes and feed onblood. There are over 500 different species of sucking lice. for Lice

    There are two main types of lice. Sucking lice have small or no eyes and feed on blood. There are over 500 different species of sucking lice. Most of these pests feed off of rodents; however, three species feed off of humans. The second category of lice is chewing lice. These lice feed on feathers, hair, blood and skin. There are over 2,500 different kinds of chewing lice and they all prefer to feed and live on animals as opposed to humans.

    88. Louse - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    lice (singular louse) (order Phthiraptera) are an order of over 3000 species ofwingless As lice spend their whole life on the host they have developed
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    Sheep lice have
    translucent bodies and a proportionally
    large head and abdomen. Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Subphylum: Hexapoda Class: Insecta Subclass: Pterogota Infraclass: Neoptera Order: Phthiraptera
    Suborders Anoplura sucking lice

    ... chewing lice Lice (singular: louse order Phthiraptera ) are an order of over 3000 species of wingless parasitic insects . They are all obligate ectoparasites of mammals and birds , excluding the Monotremes (the duck-billed platypus and spiny ant-eater) and bats A louse egg is commonly called a nit . Lice stick their eggs to their host's hair. The order has traditionally been divided into two suborders; the sucking lice (Anoplura) and chewing lice (Mallophaga), however, recent classifications suggest that the Mallophaga are paraphyletic and four suborders are now recognised:

    89. Total Lice Control Kills All Lice Guaranteed
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    If someone in your house has Head Lice then you have
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    Head lice can persist for weeks and in some cases months if you don't get the nits out. This is the problem many families face. Our family was faced with this very situation until finding the formula for what became Total Lice Control Shampoo.
    The biggest problem in dealing with head lice is getting the nits out of the head. They are very small and close to the scalp. Lice eggs (nits) hatch approximately 7 days after being laid. Using an effective and safe shampoo which can be used daily allows the time to comb out the nits.
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    90. Pubic Louse - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    As the name implies, pubic lice are specialized to live in the human pubic hair, lice found on the head are not pubic lice; they are head lice.
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    91. Phthiraptera
    Classification, illustrations, and range maps of Australian lice.
    Entomology Home AICN Home Introduction Background ... 4. Authors 3. Systematic Names
    Order Level Phylum: ARTHROPODA Class: HEXAPODA Order: Phthiraptera Family: Boopidae Family: Haematopinidae Family: Hoplopleuridae Family: Linognathidae Family: Menoponidae Family: Pediculidae Family: Philopteridae Family: Trichodectidae
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    92. Welcome To NHS Direct Online
    Head lice are tiny greybrown, wingless insects, which live by sucking blood fromthe scalp. Infestation with head lice is also known as pediculosis.

    93. Heartland Products, Inc.
    Natural products for lice removal, arthritis pain, woman's health, and personal care. Includes information on nontoxic solutions for family well-being.
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    94. Head Lice Management Guidelines--UC IPM
    UC home and landscape guidelines for control of Head lice. (Published 8/01)
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    Many families with young children have at least one encounter with the head louse, Pediculus humanus capitis. Head lice can infest people of all ages, but children are prone to infestations because of their habit of playing in close contact, sharing hats, headphones, combs and brushes, sleeping bags, stuffed animals, and clothing. In fact, the problem of head lice can be so rampant among preschool and school-aged children that often schools must work in conjunction with many families to control an infestation. An individual family may be able to control head lice at home, but the child can be reinfested when he/she comes in contact with an untreated, infested child.
    The most common symptom of infestation is intense itching on the back of the head or neck. The itching occurs when the lice bite and suck blood from the scalp. Immediately examine children who repeatedly scratch their heads. Because lice can be hard to spot, examine individual hair shafts, especially at the nape of the neck and behind the ears. With a good light source, look for tiny

    95. CLASS-ACT. Western Australian Theatre In Education.
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    96. Health And Safety Tips: Pediculosis (Lice)
    Pediculosis capitis an infestation of the scalp with lice. Peciculosis corporisan infestation of the skin of the body with lice
    Health and Safety Tips Pediculosis (Lice)
    Lice infestation is one of the most common infectious diseases in child care. Lice are transmitted through direct skin-to-skin contact or by sharing personal articles such as combs, brushes, towels, clothing such as hats and helmuts, and bedding. Head lice are not able to survive away from humans for more than a few days. However lice can fall from a "host" to carpeting, furniture, chair backs and linens. When another person comes into contact with these items, infestation may occur. Lice are also know as cluse or crab. They are not dangerous but they are extremely irritating. Lice are not known to carry disease. They are insects not germs. A common myth is that lice can jump or fly. This is not true as lice are wingless. The symptoms that a child might have lice is intense itching but this often occurs several weeks after infestation. Infestation is identified by the presence of adult lice or nits (eggs) on a hair shaft 3 to 4 mm from the scalp. Pediculosis capitis : an infestation of the scalp with lice.

    97. Head Lice. DermNet NZ
    Authoritative facts about the skin from the New Zealand Dermatological Society.
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    Head lice
    Head lice have infested humans for thousands of years. Infestation with lice is quite often inappropriately considered related to poor hygiene and low socio-economic status. In fact people of all walks of life can get infested with lice and the stigma of catching lice is often borne out of ignorance.
    The head louse
    Dermatitis from
    heavy infestation with head lice.
    Life Cycle
    Head lice grip on to hair by their claws and rapidly move from hair to hair. They don't jump or fly but can quickly move from one person to another if in close proximity. By injecting saliva into an infected person's scalp they are able to suck blood which provides their nutrition. This can occur up to five times a day. A short time away from the scalp means the lice are unable to feed and therefore die. Itching and irritation results from the louse feeding.

    98. Oglala Lakota Division Of Distribution
    The effects of head lice on the lives of our children, and successful prevention and treatment solutions are discussed. Information for families, school officials, and health care providers.
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    99. L.I.C.E. - Lindane Isn't Cool For The Environment
    Lindane Isn t Cool for the Environment (lice). Lindane is a toxic pesticide usedas in ingredient in prescription products which treat head lice and the
    Lindane is an ingredient in prescription products used to treat head lice and the skin mite scabies. Lindane head lice shampoos are often called KWELL . No matter what they are called, they are harmful to the environment. When misused, they can actually hurt kids . Safe and effective alternatives to lindane are available, and prevention and early detection techniques for head lice may be used.
    Lindane Pollutes the Water
    Lindane products, such as shampoos and creams, are rinsed off after use into the public sewers. Even after treatment, lindane persists and passes into creeks, rivers, lakes, and oceans. Lindane is toxic in the water even in very small amounts. In fact, a single treatment of head lice or scabies with lindane pollutes 6 million gallons of water, the equivalent of 300 swimming pools . Lindane lasts for a long time in the environment, where it can contaminate the tissues of fish and other animals. The United States Environmental Protection Agency has declared lindane to be a persistent, bioaccumulative, and toxic chemical.
    Lindane is Toxic
    Ann Heil, a Senior Engineer with the Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County, says "Lindane belongs to the same family of chemicals as DDT and PCBs, which have been banned in the United States." Lindane is absorbed through the skin and affects the nervous system. A person being treated for head lice may have seizures or, in rare cases, die when lindane is not used correctly. Because parents often panic when faced with cases of head lice and scabies in their children, instances of incorrect use of lindane are all too common. The United States Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry reports that lindane can cause liver and kidney damage, immune system damage, toxicity to the central nervous system, and even death.

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