During peak lice season, families can take advantage of the Lice Free 1-2-3 program at clinics around the country November 12, 2018 (SALT LAKE CITY) – Families gathering in close quarters to celebrate the holidays often leads to an increased chance of lice exposure. To help relieve the unwanted stress of head lice during this
November is ‘No Lice No-vember’ at Lice Clinics of America® and clinics are offering a special ‘Lice Free 1-2-3’ program that is available through the end of the month. The offer includes: $20 professional screenings $20 credit if lice are found, and you are treated at the clinic 20% discounts on lice prevention products purchased
Lice Clinics of America in conjunction with OnePoll surveyed 2,000 parents living in the U.S. to unveil their top worries.
October is National Bullying Prevention month, and while the focus is rightly on the treatment of children, parents can feel bullied, too, especially when it comes to having head lice in the family. A OnePoll survey of 2,000 U.S. parents—conducted in conjunction with Lice Clinics of America—found that 52 percent of parents feel judged by
According to government statistics, there are some 75 million children in the United States. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says that 6-12 million of these contract head lice each year. That means roughly 1 in 10 ten kids will get head lice annually, making the odds pretty good that most families will
Head lice are everywhere. Some 6-12 million children get head lice each year in the United States alone. If you’re travelling within the U.S. or abroad, you can take precautions to make sure that you and/or your children don’t bring home any unwelcome guests in the form of head lice. Keep in mind that many
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
If you’ve ever encountered head lice in your family, you may know that lice afflict some 6-12 million people—mostly children—each year, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Lice are a serious problem and they never seem to go away. So you may wonder, where did head lice come from in the first