Category Archive for "Schools"

Common Illnesses that Affect School-Age Children

November 8, 2018

When children attend public or private schools we are never certain what types of things they will carry home with them. Especially as the months get colder and the flu and viruses start getting passed around it is important for…

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Wouldn’t You Want to Know? Head Lice Etiquette

October 30, 2018

When your child is diagnosed with a case of head lice, it can be overwhelming, to say the least. Every parent may wonder, who do I have to tell? And how am I supposed to let them know without feeling…

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October National Bullying Prevention Month

October 10, 2018

Bullying is a problem that is getting a lot of attention across the nation. An alarming number of youth report to have been a bully or been the victim of bullying in their everyday life. A national survey on StopyBullying.gov…

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Head Lice Spikes At Back to School

August 23, 2018

As kids head back to school over these next few weeks, we see a significant spike in head lice outbreaks. This is due to the fact that more children are spending time together throughout the day. Each year our offices…

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Louisville Cardinals Crossing Fingers for March Madness Seed

March 8, 2018

Louisville, Kentucky, is home of the University of Louisville where the Cardinals men’s basketball program has a long and outstanding history. To date, the team has earned the NCAA Championship Title in 1980 and 1986, and have played in the…

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Schools Nationwide Under Scrutiny for “No Nit” Policy

January 19, 2018

On November 9, 2017 a young fifth grade girl from Duval County Florida was dismissed from school by a nurse who discovered she had lice.  Three weeks later, Maddie Hunter was still being turned away each morning because of a…

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