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Head Lice

The head louse is an obligate ectoparasite of humans that causes head lice infestation.

Head lice are wingless insects spending their entire lives on the human scalp and feeding (several times a day) exclusively on human blood.

While there are many myths about how lice are spread, simple head-to-head contact is the usual culprit.

Lice can spread via clothing, bedding, or other personal items, though this is not common.

Head lice infestation affects millions of children and adults each year, in every socioeconomic condition.

While undesirable, lice don't spread any diseases.

Dimethicone lotion is a very effective treatment that you can purchase over the counter.

If symptoms persist seek medical advice

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