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  1. Rats, Lice and History by Hans Zinsser, 2007-10-31
  2. Rainbows, Head Lice, and Pea-Green Tile: Poems in the Voice of the Classroom Teacher by Brod Bagert, 1999-08
  3. The Second Four Books of Poems: The Moving Target / The Lice / The Carrier of Ladders / Writings to an Unfinished Accompaniment by W. S. Merwin, 1992-07-01
  4. Lots of Lice (Hello Reader Level 3) by Bobbi Katz, 1998-09
  5. Yikes-Lice! by Donna Caffey, 2002-03
  6. Head Lice To Dead Lice by Joan Sawyer, Roberta MacPhee, 1999-11-15
  7. Rats, lice and history,: Being a study in biography, which ... deals with the life history of typhus fever by Hans Zinsser, 1963
  8. The Lice: Poems by W.S. Merwin by W. S. Merwin, 1977
  9. Rats, Lice and History; Being a Study in Biography, which, after Twelve Preliminary Chapters Indispensable for the Preparation of the Lay Reader, Deals with the Life History of TYPHUS FEVER by Hans Zinsser, 1967
  10. Rats, Lice and History: Being a Study in Biography, Which, After Twelve Preliminary Chapters Indispensible for the Preparation of the Lay Reader by hans zinsser, 1960
  11. You Have Head Lice! (Rookie Read-About Health) by Susan Derkazarian, 2005-09
  12. Lice: Head Hunters (Bloodsuckers) by Barbara A. Somervill, 2007-09-30
  13. Bloodsucking Lice and Fleas (Creepy Crawlies) by Ellen Rodger, 2010-09
  14. Horrid Henry's Head Lice (Laf) by Francesca Simon, 2000-10-30

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2. EMedicine - Lice : Article By Wayne Wolfram, MD, MPH
lice Ye ugle, creepin, blastit wonner, Detested, shunned by saunt an' sinner, How daur ye set your fit upon her, Sae fine a lady. Gae somewhere else and seek your dinner, On some poor body. lice are ectoparasites that feed on human blood after piercing the infestations, pediculosis capitis (head lice), pediculosis corporis (body lice), and pediculosis pubis (pubic lice
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Last Updated: May 16, 2003 Rate this Article Email to a Colleague Synonyms and related keywords: pediculosis capitis, head lice, pediculosis corporis, body lice, pediculosis pubis, pubic lice, crabs AUTHOR INFORMATION Section 1 of 10 Author Information Introduction Clinical Differentials ... Bibliography
Author: Wayne Wolfram, MD, MPH , Clinical Associate Professor, Departments of Pediatrics, Children's Hospital and University of Cincinnati Wayne Wolfram, MD, MPH, is a member of the following medical societies: American Academy of Emergency Medicine American Academy of Pediatrics , and Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Editor(s): Edmond Hooker, MD , Assistant Clinical Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine, University of Louisville, Wright State University; Francisco Talavera, PharmD, PhD , Senior Pharmacy Editor, Pharmacy, eMedicine;

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4. Lice
Entomology Image Gallery lice. lice. Iowa State University Entomology Department. Last modified May 25, 2001 by John VanDyk. Entomology Image Gallery lice. lice. Ventral view of Pediculus humanus. Two head lice with dime for size comparison
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5. Head Lice - Symptoms And Treatment Of Nits
Concise factsheet on symptoms and treatment of head lice, this factsheet can also be downloaded in Acrobat format
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November, 2002 Download this factsheet Head lice are wingless insects that live on the scalp and neck. They are grey or brown, have six legs and are about 2 mm long when fully grown. There can be up to 12 adult head lice on an infested scalp at any one time. They may be embarrassing and occasionally uncomfortable, but head lice are not generally a cause of illness.
Lice lifecycle
Head lice live for about three weeks and the female can lay up to six eggs a day. She attaches them to the hair near the scalp and they hatch 7-10 days later. The unhatched eggs, which are called nits, are a yellow-white colour and are often mistaken for flakes of dry skin or dandruff. However, unlike dandruff, nits stick to the hair and are difficult to remove. Headlice should only be treated with insecticides when a live, moving louse has been found.

6. Division Of Parasitic Diseases - Lice
DPD Search. lice Infestation. Update on Head lice in Schools Do ‘NoNit’ Policies Work? May 2001. Head lice Infestation. Fact SheetTreating Head lice.

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8. Lice Advice Network - How To Eliminate Lice And Nits - Find Nurse Professionals
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9. LiCe :: The Official LiCe IRC Website
The author of the lice IRC ii script has provided this support site, which includes some specialist addon scripts.
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5 is here! LiCe has been taken over by HSOC, a # LiCe regular and a great coder. LiCe 5 is ONLY for the latest CVS version of EPIC5. You can get LiCe 5 from the download page. Be sure to join us on # LiCe (efnet) if you need help.
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10. Division Of Parasitic Diseases - Head Lice
DPD Search. Head lice Infestation (Pediculosis). Update on Head lice in Schools Do ‘NoNit’ Policies Work? May 2001. Fact SheetHead lice Infestation.

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11. Medinfo: Head Lice
Medinfo s patient information on head lice affecting the scalp (Pediculosis capitis), a very common problem, especially in school children. Head lice.
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Head lice affecting the scalp (Pediculosis capitis) is a very common problem, especially in school children. There are various treatments, but whatever approach is used they can be a persistent or recurring nuisance.
The main symptom, if noticed by the individual, is an itchy scalp. This is sometimes especially so behind the ears.
The cause is a tiny insect which lives on the scalp, and feeds by sucking blood through the skin. The head louse grips on to the hair with its six tiny claws. The female lays its eggs (nits) in sacs which are glued to a hair. These take seven to ten days to hatch. The lice then take seven to fourteen days to become mature and ready to reproduce. The total numbers of lice thus rise very quickly. Head lice do not jump, fly, or swim. They spread by direct contact, "walking" from one hair or head to another. They happen in the best circles, and do not mean that you or your child are unclean or dirty , in fact some people say that head lice prefer clean heads.
About half of the children affected will notice itching of their scalps which draws attention to the problem. The lice themselves are small, about the length of a match head, and may be difficult to see, as their colour is often close to the hair colour.

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Caused suffering to the men in the trenches during war and also carried disease. Describes methods used to remove lice.
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Men in the trenches suffered from lice. One soldier writing after the war described them as "pale fawn in colour, and they left blotchy red bite marks all over the body." They also created a sour; stale smell. Various methods were used to remove the lice. A lighted candle was fairly effective but the skill of burning the lice without burning your clothes was only learnt with practice. Where possible the army arranged for the men to have baths in huge vats of hot water while their clothes were being put through delousing machines. Unfortunately, this rarely worked. A fair proportion of the eggs remained in the clothes and within two or three hours of the clothes being put on again a man's body heat had hatched them out.
As well as causing frenzied scratching, lice also carried disease. This was known as pyrrexhia or trench fever. The first symptoms were shooting pains in the shins and was followed by a very high fever. Although the disease did not kill, it did stop soldiers from fighting and accounted for about 15% of all cases of sickness in the British Army.

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Lice infestation is associated with nutritional deficiencies and associated toxins in the bloodstream.
Before you decide that this theory is too absurd to be contemplated, let me explain.
Head lice, body lice, crabs or "nits" are tiny insect parasites which live off the blood. They can be very resistant to treatment, prone to making comebacks and can drive people absolutely crazy trying to figure out a way to eliminate them.
Also these days, not only do we have super bugs resistant to antibiotics, but super lice which are becoming resistant to chemical treatments.
What can be done?
Conventional Treatment for Lice The conventional treatment is insecticides. The bulk of websites follow the same general theme the lifecycle of the louse (which is all very interesting but may or may not be accurate), correct laundering techniques, use of nit combs, strategic use of insecticides and follow up treatments etc.

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15. Head Lice International
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16. Headlice Information, Laboratory Of Public Health Entomology, Harvard School Of
HEAD lice INFORMATION statement from Richard J. Pollack, PhD. Head lice Information and Frequently Asked Questions. Do head lice cause harm?
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Head lice: Information and Frequently Asked Questions
Infestations by head lice become most apparent at the beginning of each school year. Parents, day care providers, school officials and healthcare professionals frequently seek information and solutions to this burdensome problem. Accordingly, we have provided answers to frequently asked questions concerning this subject. We hope this information will be useful.

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18. Head Lice Information
Head lice Information Harvard apos;s site provides school staff with straighforward information on head lice, including identification, causes, treatments, and school policies. Richard J. Pollack

19. Head Louse Treatment And Prevention FAQs
Frequently Asked Questions About Head lice. What is Pediculosis? Pediculosis or head lice are tiny, wingless bugs about the size of a sesame seed or smaller.

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What is Pediculosis?
Pediculosis or head lice are tiny, wingless bugs about the size of a sesame seed or smaller. They have six legs with tiny claws and live only on human scalps. Head lice can range in color from light brown to gray. While annoying, head lice are not life threatening. How widespread are head lice?
It is difficult to track head lice cases because head lice are not considered a disease and therefore public health departments and the Centers For Disease Control do not routinely track the number of head lice cases. However, schools and manufacturers of lice products estimate head lice cases at 12- 25 million infestations a year in the United States alone. Most of those infested are children under the age of twelve. Head lice have been infesting humans since the cave days. How do you get head lice?
Head lice do not hop, jump or fly. They migrate through direct contact with an infested person and their belongings. Pets do not transmit head lice, and poor personal hygiene does not cause an infestation. In fact, head lice prefer clean, healthy heads.

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