Ah, summer camp. Campfires, s’mores, swimming, and…head lice? Head lice is not what most parents think about or expect when they send their kids to summer camp. But summer camp is almost custom made to spread head lice with kids in close quarters, sleeping and playing together for extended periods of time. Because no parent
National Selfie Day is June 21, and Lice Clinics of America wants families to know that while selfies can be fun, they’ve also been linked to an increase in cases of head lice. A pediatrician recently coined the term “social media lice” because she was seeing so many teenagers with head lice, and she linked
Sometimes fathers are the unsung heroes in families when it comes to head lice treatment. If moms and kids panic, dad is often left to reassure them that everything will be okay. Not that dads don’t get frantic themselves. There are also times when desperate dads bring the family into clinics for treatment. The message
Adie Horowitz, owner of six Lice Clinics of America® treatment centers in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut, under the name Licenders, has been a lice fighter from more than two decades. “It started when my own children got head lice twenty years ago,” Adie said. “When their pediatrician recommended pesticide-based products to kill the lice.
The National Safety Council is sponsoring “National Safety Month” this June, a public awareness campaign to promote “reducing the leading causes of injury and death at work, on the road, and in our homes and communities.’ Lice Clinics of America is taking this opportunity to call attention to head lice treatment safety. There are two