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Mar

9

New Super Gel Lice Treatment and Prevention Product

New Super Gel Lice Treatment and Prevention Product Lice Clinics of America, the leader in safe, fast, effective lice treatment, is introducing a new product in its clinics that is already beloved by customers and has been used in trials: Super Gel. It’s a light and easy-to-washout rinse that has gotten rave reviews. “The fact

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Mar

7

Do You have Head Lice and Not Know It?

Do You have Head Lice and Not Know It? While most people associate head lice with an itchy scalp, and itching is a primary symptom of head lice, many people have no symptoms—at least for the first few weeks of an infestation. This means it can take up to six weeks for a child or

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Feb

19

How to Check for Head Lice

How to Check for Head Lice Head lice can be difficult to diagnose because they are difficult to see. Just because a child scratches his or her head doesn’t mean that head lice are present. An itchy scalp can also be caused by unusually dry skin, or conditions such as dandruff, eczema, or by an

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Jan

1

Soccer Coach Finds Success Fighting Head Lice

When marketing professional and 15-year youth soccer coach Wade Huntsman was looking for a new business, he was immediately drawn to Lice Clinics of America. “’I’ve always loved kids and getting to help them is by far the coolest part of my new clinic,” he said. Even so, he was in for some surprises when

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Aug

18

Clinic Turns Lice Nightmares into Dreams Come True

Some people find a new business through personal experience while others have a “eureka” moment. For Matt Riley of Encino, California, it was an indirect combination of the two. “We had so many neighbors and friends tell us horror stories about head lice,” he said. “When I heard there was a real cure, I knew

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Jul

23

New Lice Remover Kit Cures Lice Without the Mess or Toxins

It’s no secret that the vast majority of head lice afflicting children in the United States are now resistant to the chemicals used in the most popular over-the-counter (OTC) lice treatments. A study in the Journal of Medical Entomology published in 2016 found that 98 percent of head lice in 42 states are resistant to

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