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Apr

17

Lice Clinics of America Fourth Annual “Egg Hunt” a Nationwide Success

Participating clinics across the U.S. provided free head lice screenings and treatments this past weekend valued at more than $60,000  SALT LAKE CITY, (April 18, 2019) – Lice Clinics of America®, the world’s largest network of urgent care clinics for lice treatment and prevention, helped families find eggs of a different kind during the organization’s

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Apr

17

Spring Break Head Lice Prevention Tips from Lice Clinics of America®

School breaks—summer, winter, and spring—are peak lice times as kids spend more unstructured time together. Demand spikes at Lice Clinics of America treatment centers after every break because kids go back to school with head lice. The company has some tips for head lice prevention and treatment to keep lice out of families or to

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Apr

5

LICE CLINICS OF AMERICA SURPASSES 500,000 SUCCESSFUL HEAD LICE TREATMENTS USING HEATED AIR

Super lice are no match for the company’s FDA-cleared AirAllé medical device Salt Lake City, UT – April 4, 2019 – Lice Clinics of America, the world’s largest network of professional urgent care head lice treatment centers, announced that the company has reached the milestone of 500,000 successful head lice treatments using heated air, with a

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Mar

13

Don’t Let Lice Drive You Mad This March

Any madness you experience this March should only involve college basketball. But as head lice become a growing problem in many areas, and spring break means kids hanging out together, it pays to be prepared and to know how to treat head lice quickly and effectively. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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Mar

5

Lice Clinics of America® Reports Infestations in Local Communities

Lice Clinics of America, the world’s largest network of lice treatment centers, regularly alerts communities when head lice infestations become widespread in a city or neighborhood. Clinics provide this service to make parents aware if their children are at risk of contracting head lice. Lice are not life-threatening, and they don’t carry any disease, but

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