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Sep

14

The Search is Over. End the Lice-Mare Today at Lice Clinics of America.

It’s no secret that ridding a family of head lice can be stressful and time consuming—a nightmare that some have called a “lice-mare.” Most home lice treatments require repeated applications, tedious comb-outs and nitpicking, with no guarantee of success. If one nit is missed, the lice will return. Lice Clinics of America® offers an immediate,

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Aug

30

Lice Clinics of America Launches OneCure™, the Most Effective At-Home Treatment for Head Lice

The First and Only Home Treatment for Head Lice Utilizing Clinically-Proven Heated Air Technology August 30, 2018 (SALT LAKE CITY) – Lice Clinics of America®, the world’s largest network of professional lice treatment centers and the exclusive provider of the “one and done” heated-air lice treatment, is launching a handheld OneCure™ device for use in

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May

23

Environmental Watchdog Sounds Alarm on Pesticides Used in Lice Products

Environmental Watchdog Sounds Alarm on Pesticides Used in Lice Products The Environmental Working Group (EWG) has asked the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to suspend its study of pyrethroids until it can include six studies on links to the pesticide’s impact on childhood cognitive and psychological development. Claiming that a “crucial decision on pesticides and

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May

22

Lice Clinics of America’s Community Outreach Award Is Presented to Two Clinic Owners Who Serve Families in Need

Portland partners Mark Meyer and George Macoubray and Boise’s SaLeah Snelling honored for community service May 22, 2018 – Lice Clinics of America®, the world’s largest network of professional lice treatment centers and the exclusive provider of the “one and done” lice treatment using the FDA-cleared AirAllé® medical device, announced that clinic owners Mark Meyer

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Dec

20

Natural Disasters, Shelters and Head Lice

When natural disasters strike, evacuation centers open. One unintentional consequence of creating these temporary shelters for people forced from their homes is an increased spread of head lice. Hurricane Irma “had lice,” one observer told WFTS News in Tampa Bay, Florida, as lice outbreaks became common in shelters throughout the state. “Any time you have

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