Is There a Louse in Your Laguna Niguel House?

According to kidshealth.org, between 6 to 12 million people worldwide get head lice. Most of them are kids.

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. has reported a number of students infected with head lice.

NitPicky March 28, 2011 at 10:18 PM
Nit Picky Professional Preventative Tips •No Sharing Personal Items (Brushes, Hats and Pillows) •Avoid head to head contact. (Even a hug can spread head lice) •Keep hair up in a ponytail or braid. •Use a lice preventative product. Order Product Here: http://www.nit-picky.com/apps/webstore/ •Screen your child for lice or nits. (Look on the hair, at the nape of the neck, behind the ears, the crown and the hairline at the front of the face.) •Use a lice comb regularly. (Regular combing with a lice comb can provide early detection and prevent infestations. If lice or nits (eggs) are found early enough, you may be able to stop the infestation from spreading to other family members.) http://www.nit-picky.com


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