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         Lice:     more books (101)
  1. Rats, Lice and History by Hans Zinsser, 2007-10-31
  2. Rainbows, Head Lice, and Pea-Green Tile: Poems in the Voice of the Classroom Teacher by Brod Bagert, 1999-08
  3. The Second Four Books of Poems: The Moving Target / The Lice / The Carrier of Ladders / Writings to an Unfinished Accompaniment by W. S. Merwin, 1992-07-01
  4. Lots of Lice (Hello Reader Level 3) by Bobbi Katz, 1998-09
  5. Yikes-Lice! by Donna Caffey, 2002-03
  6. Head Lice To Dead Lice by Joan Sawyer, Roberta MacPhee, 1999-11-15
  7. Rats, lice and history,: Being a study in biography, which ... deals with the life history of typhus fever by Hans Zinsser, 1963
  8. The Lice: Poems by W.S. Merwin by W. S. Merwin, 1977
  9. Rats, Lice and History; Being a Study in Biography, which, after Twelve Preliminary Chapters Indispensable for the Preparation of the Lay Reader, Deals with the Life History of TYPHUS FEVER by Hans Zinsser, 1967
  10. Rats, Lice and History: Being a Study in Biography, Which, After Twelve Preliminary Chapters Indispensible for the Preparation of the Lay Reader by hans zinsser, 1960
  11. You Have Head Lice! (Rookie Read-About Health) by Susan Derkazarian, 2005-09
  12. Lice: Head Hunters (Bloodsuckers) by Barbara A. Somervill, 2007-09-30
  13. Bloodsucking Lice and Fleas (Creepy Crawlies) by Ellen Rodger, 2010-09
  14. Horrid Henry's Head Lice (Laf) by Francesca Simon, 2000-10-30

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162. Virtual Children's Hospital: CQQA: Headlice
Head lice are small insects that lay eggs (nits) on people s scalp. Children whohave lice will often scratch at their heads, creating sores.
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Head Lice (Pediculosis)
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Creation Date: December 2001
Last Revision Date: April 2002 Common Questions, Quick Answers What are head lice?
  • Head lice are small insects that lay eggs (nits) on people's scalp. After 7-8 days, the eggs hatch. The empty eggshells look like small grains of rice that stick to the hair.
What causes head lice?
  • You do not get lice because you are dirty or unclean. Lice are passed from person to person by contact with infested persons or items.
Who can get head lice?
  • Anyone can get head lice. Having head lice is common for school-age children. Pets can't get lice.
What are the symptoms of head lice?
  • Since lice are hard to see, you can tell if your child has lice by checking the hair for nits. Comb through the hair to look for nits. You can use a magnifying glass to help you. Nits stick to the hair while things like dandruff and dried hairspray flakes can be blown away.

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164. Wet Combing More Effective For Lice
Head lice are parasites that live on human scalps, where they lay eggs (nits) . The presence of head lice was assessed two to four days after the end of

165. Pediatric Oncall-Head Lice Information Page.
Commonly asked questions about head lice, its prevention and treatment.
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HEAD LICE Q: My child has head lice. How should I treat it?
Lice infestation is suspected in a child who has excessive itching on the scalp. Presence of nits (eggs) and lice in the hair confirms the diagnosis. Treatment of head lice includes not only treatment of the infested person but also treatment of infested family members and by cleaning the house. Treatment of infested person : - Apply lice medication called pediculicide according to instructions on the bottle. Before applying on the hair, remove all the clothing. (Remember not to use a shampoo before using lice medicine and also do not wash the hair for 1-2 days after treatment). After 8-10 hours after treatment, comb the remaining dead and live lice out of the hair. Nits are often removed with a special nit comb. The hair and the comb should be checked every 2-3 days for 2-3 weeks till you are sure that all lice and nits have disappeared.
Some lice medications like pyrethrins, permethrin and lindane may require retreatment after 7-10 days.

166. SchoolIPM - Technical Information - Pests - Head Lice
Head lice are not found on animals or household pets and are not Head liceprefer to live on the hair of the head although they have been known to
Technical Information - Pests
Introduction Biology Prevention Control ... Frequently Asked Questions
The head louse, Pediculus humanus capitis De Geer, infests 10 to 12 million people each year in the United States. Pediculosis or "lousiness" is one of the most prevalent communicable conditions in this country. Lice are transferred from person to person by direct contact or by several people using the same combs, brushes, hats, or bedding. Head lice are not found on animals or household pets and are not transmitted from pets to humans. Head louse infestations are normally found on children, but can also be spread to adults. The head louse is not considered to be a serious vector of disease in the United States although severe infestations may cause irritation, scratching and subsequent invasion of secondary infection.
Biology of the Head Louse
Lice have three pairs of legs which makes them true insects. Lice do not have wings or powerful jumping legs so they move about by clinging to hairs with claw-like legs. Head lice prefer to live on the hair of the head although they have been known to wander to other partsof the body. Head lice do not normally live within rugs, carpet, or school buses.
The eggs of lice are called nits . They are oval white cylinders (1/16 inch long). The eggs of head lice are usually glued to hairs of the head near the scalp . The favorite areas for females to glue the eggs are near the ears and back of the head. Under normal conditions the eggs will hatch in seven to 10 days. The young lice which escape from the egg must feed within 24 hours or they will die. Newly hatched lice will periodically take blood meals and molt three times before becoming sexually mature

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168. Lice Aren’t Nice
It has been gathered by the lice Aren’t Nice Community Coalition (LANCC) and lice spread from person to person when people are in close contact or when

A Head Lice Treatment and Prevention Booklet
You are here: DOH Home Publications » Lice Aren't Nice Search Employees Dear Parents:
We understand that head lice is a difficult and frustrating problem for you and your family.
It is important to remember to:
  • Be kind to yourself and your children. Reassure your children that they are loved and they are not the cause of this common problem.
Best Wishes!
Contents The world of lice and nits
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When a person in your family gets head lice, your life can get a little crazy. Crazier than it is right now! But the more you know about lice prevention and treatment, the better off you and everyone else will be! Because information about head lice treatments changes over time, the following recommendations have been based on treatments the LANCC found to be the most effective for the majority of our community at this time. There are no guarantees that these treatments will be 100% effective; data from clinical trials are not available for all treatment options in this booklet. The LANCC does not assume responsibility for the outcome of your treatment.

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170. PRODIGY Guidance - Head Lice
This guidance covers the management of head lice infestation (pediculosis capitis).There is separate PRODIGY guidance on the management of Pubic lice and lice

171. Combing For Head Lice
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173. Lice (Pediculosis) : Bureau Of Communicable Disease : NYC DOHMH
lice are divided into two groups lice found on mammals, All lice haveflattened bodies to allow them ease of movement in the hair, fur, and feathers of
Bureau of Communicable Disease
Lice (Pediculosis)
What are lice? Lice are six-legged, wingless, insect parasites of humans, mammals (cattle, pigs etc.), and birds (chicken and other birds). Lice are divided into two groups: lice found on mammals, which need blood for sustenance; and those found on birds, which chew on feathers and dandruff. The three most common external parasites of humans are:
  • head lice ( Pediculus humanus capitus body lice ( Pediculus humanus humunas ); and crab lice ( Pthirus pubis
  • All lice have flattened bodies to allow them ease of movement in the hair, fur, and feathers of their hosts. Infestation of a person with head and/or body lice is termed "Pediculosis" and with crab lice is called "Pthiriasis." Pediculousis, or infestation with body and/or head lice, causes little irritation initially. After weeks of continued biting, some individuals may become sensitized and suffer an allergic reaction. Head lice infestation results in intense itching of the scalp behind the ears and base of the hairline or nape of the neck. Sores may form on the head from scratching and may become infected with bacteria. The symptoms of body lice infestation are scratch marks, hives, eczema and a red rash on shoulders and other areas covered with clothes. Pthiriasis, or pubic lice (crab lice) infestation, results in continued itching in the pubic area, a rash, and sometimes discoloration of skin from continued feeding by crab lice. Head Lice Head lice are found among hair on the human scalp. Commonly, they can be found on the scalp behind the ears and near the neckline at the base of the scalp. In the United States, head lice are most common among school-aged children. Head lice is more common among girls than boys because they share hats, scarves, hairbrushes, and other hair accessories more frequently.

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    Information on the Connecticut Integrated Pest Management Program for schools on how to control head lice.
    T he Boxer Amendment requires prior notification of families of schoolchildren when certain pesticides are to be used in schools and promotes programs like IPM to reduce pesticide use in schools.
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