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Body lice are tiny parasites (Pediculus humanus corporis) that spread through close contact with other people. There are three types of lice: Body lice Head lice Pubic lice This ar...

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Lice Guardian Launches Innovative Lice Removal Service in Dallas

Dallas, TX (PRWEB) February 03, 2016 Lice Guardian provides Dallas and Fort Worth area families a new way to combat head lice. Launc...

Lice Treatment Center® Confirms That Super Lice Are Spreading Around The Country

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Sugar & Spice & No More Lice, Inc., Now Offering Online Products for Head Lice Treatment and Prevention

Minneapolis, MN, January 06, 2016 --( Head lice treatment specialists, Sugar & Spice & No More Lice, have announced the online sales of their lice prevention and lice treatment produ...

Lice Treatment Center® Expands in Boston Area

Lice Treatment Center Announced Expanded Operations Throughout Boston Boston, MA (PRWEB) May 05, 2016 On May 1, 2016 Lice Treatment Center® Co-Founders Dr. Elin Cohen and Elizabeth Solovay annou...

Is there any stopping Super Lice?

Super lice are fighting back, developing resistance to over-the-counter treatment product Pyrethroids. In at least 25 states lice are combating the efforts of concerned parents and continuing to cause...

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'Popular girls' have less lice—in the monkey world

Parents know all too well the nightmare of ridding lice infestations. But for Japanese macaques at least, 'popular girls' need not fret so much. In new research published in Scientific Reports, primat...

‘Popular girls’ have less lice

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First evidence of occupational asthma to argan powder in a cosmetic factory.

Argan is used worldwide in numerous cosmetic products, as this fruit is supposed to have many beneficial properties on health. New cases of allergy can be expected with the growing use of argan. We in...

Analytical Profiling of Bioactive Phenolic Compounds in Argan (Argania spinosa) Leaves by Combined Microextraction by Packed Sorbent (MEPS) and LC-DAD-MS/MS.

The argan tree (Argania spinosa) is an endemic species from south-western Morocco. Argan-based preparations have been widely used in Moroccan traditional medicine for their biological properties, as w...

SNPs in Entire Mitochondrial Genome Sequences (≈15.4 kb) and cox1 Sequences (≈486 bp) Resolve Body and Head Lice From Doubly Infected People From Ethiopia, China, Nepal, and Iran But Not France.

Some people host lice on the clothing as well as the head. Whether body lice and head lice are distinct species or merely variants of the same species remains contentious. We sought to ascertain the e...

Argania spinosa var. mutica and var. apiculata: Variation of Fatty-Acid Composition, Phenolic Content, and Antioxidant and α-Amylase-Inhibitory Activities among Varieties, Organs, and Development Stages.

Argania spinosa includes two varieties, var. apiculata and var. mutica. These argan varieties were introduced into Tunisia in ancient times and are actually cultivated in some botanic gardens. Little ...

Synergistic activity of antibiotics combined with ivermectin to kill body lice.

Ivermectin and doxycycline have been found to be independently effective in killing body lice. In this study, 450 body lice were artificially fed on a Parafilm™ membrane with human blood associated ...

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