Category Archive for "Lice in Science"

Life Cycle of Head Lice

Understanding the Life Cycle of a Louse

April 1, 2018

Head lice are one of the most common pests that strike young families. In fact, the CDC states that children between the ages of 3-11 are most susceptible to head lice than any other age group. It is estimated that…

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Head Lice Worries

Are Head Lice Getting Worse Throughout the Country?

March 16, 2018

Short Answer, Yes. Should you be horribly worried? No. There are several distinct reasons head lice are becoming a growing problem in the United States. In communities throughout our state of Kentucky alone we hear of multiple breakouts in school…

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Dale Clayton

AirAllé Device – An Innovative Head Lice Treatment Making a Positive Impact

February 1, 2018

Parents have been reluctant to trust well-known commercial products that treat head lice for decades, and for good reason.  Fears of negative reactions to the active ingredients found in such shampoos and applications have been prevalent. Irritations are common to…

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Lice and fleas spread black plagues

Lice and Fleas May Have More Rapidly Spread Black Plague than Rats

January 26, 2018

The Black Death Plague will forever go down in history books as one of the most deadly and horrific events of human existence. The effects of whole countries and societies by the illness that wiped out sometimes two thirds of…

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