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         Lice:     more books (101)
  1. Rats, Lice And History by Hans Zizsser, 2008-11-04
  2. Head Louse (Bug Books) by Philip Taylor, 2005-09-15
  3. Louse by David Grand, 1998-11-02
  4. Head Lice (My Health) by Allison Lassieur, 2000-09
  5. Natalie's Lice Aren't Nice by Natalie Lillie, 2008-07-01
  6. Chewing Lice: World Checklist and Biological Overview (Special Publication 24) by Ronald A. Hellenthal, Ricardo L. Palma, Kevin P. Johnson, Dale H. Clayton Roger D. Price, 2003
  7. Wiping out Head Lice by Nicholas Bakalar, 1997-05-01
  8. Those Itsy-Bitsy Teeny-Tiny Not-So-Nice Head Lice (Spanish Edition) by Judith Anne Rice, 2002-07-01
  9. Commies, Crooks, Gypsies, Spooks & Poets: Thirteen Books of Prague in the Year of the Great Lice Epidemic by Jan Novak, 1995-04-13
  10. Of a Comb, a Prayer Book, Sugar Cubes, & Lice: Survivor of Six Concentration Camps by Shana Fogarty, 2006-01-01
  11. Head Louse (Bug Books) (Bug Books) by Karen Hartley, Chris Macro, et all 2007-03-26
  12. Leeches, Lice and Lampreys: A Natural History of Skin and Gill Parasites of Fishes by Graham C. Kearn, 2010-11-02
  13. Wood Lice and Millipedes (Keeping Minibeasts) by Barrie Watts, 1992-04
  14. Lice by Blaise Cendrars, 1974-09-05

21. Division Of Parasitic Diseases - Head Lice
Head lice Infestation ( Pediculosis) Head lice Infestation. Treating Head lice. Treating Head lice with Malathion. Head lice Infestation. Other Links. ABC's of Safe and Healthy Child Care Head lice

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(Pediculosis) Update on Head Lice in Schools: Do ‘No-Nit’ Policies Work?
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22. Pubic Lice
A free informational monograph on Pubic lice for patient counseling and education.
PUBIC LICE More Monographs Information About Public Lice (aka Crabs) Information About Public Lice (aka Crabs) Pharmacist Jobs Continuing Education Search Engine Nursing Jobs Pharmacist Salary Calculator What are PUBIC LICE?
- Pubic lice (also called crabs) are tiny (white, tan or brownish in color), wingless insects that may live on the skin and hair in the pubic region, armpits, eyelashes or temporarily on clothing and bedding.
- Pubic lice feed by biting the skin and sucking blood.
- Pubic lice lay tiny eggs, called nits, which can often be seen on the base of the hair shaft near the skin. Causes of PUBIC LICE
- Pubic lice are spread by close physical contact, usually sexually, with an infected person.
- Contact with recently infected objects (clothing, bedding, etc.) may also spread pubic lice.
- Pubic lice do not jump, fly or swim.
- Pubic lice can only live off of the human body for a maximum of about 72 hours although most die within a day.

23. Division Of Parasitic Diseases - Head Lice Fact Sheet
Includes insect information, symptoms, and treatment.

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Body Lice
What are body lice?
Body lice are parasitic insects that live on the body and in the clothing or bedding of infested humans. Infestation is common, found worldwide, and affects people of all races. Body lice infestations spread rapidly under crowded conditions where hygiene is poor and there is frequent contact among people. Are body lice infestations common in the United States? Body lice are found only in homeless, transient populations who don't have access to changes of clothes or bath. Infestation is unlikely in anyone who bathes regularly.
Where are body lice found?
Body lice are found on the body and on clothing or bedding used by infested people; lice eggs are lain in the seams of clothing or on bedding. Occasionally eggs are attached to body hair. Lice found on the hair and head are not body lice; they are head lice.
Can body lice transmit disease?

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25. Phthiraptera
Classification and phylogeny of lice from the Tree of Life project.

26. Division Of Parasitic Diseases - Lice
lice Infestation. Update on Head lice in Schools Do NoNit Policies Work Treating Head lice. Treating Head lice with Malathion. Body lice

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28. LICE!
lice can hold their breath for up to 30 minutes, that's why they pictures of lice. lice page 9, pictures of lice. lice page 10, lice combs. lice page 11
Here's some information I read on webpages that I thought interesting: Lice can hold their breath for up to 30 minutes, that's why they don't drown when you wash your hair. Getting your hair permed will not kill the lice nor their eggs. Nits with living embryo's will glow under florescent light. An easy way to find the live nits compared to the empty ones. Lice will die within a few hours to a day (depending on which website you visit if they do not have a blood meal). Lice do not fly, swim, or jump. Lice prefer clean hair (so, know you know, you can't automatically say someone was dirty or filthy if they have head lice!)
OK, below you will find some useful links on lice I found on the internet. There are so many! And, so many have conflicting information. The information I have included on my site are what worked for me. Some links may be dead, sorry! I need to go through these again. A Nightmare on Mic Street Confessions of a nit picker Control of lice on humans Rid your home of lice w/o chemicals ... Toxic control warnings
Here are all the links to the BubblyBabs Lice pages: Index page, Oh no! What do I do?

29. MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia: Body Lice
Body lice. Alternative names Return to top. lice body Definition Return to top. Body lice are tiny parasitic insects (Pediculus humanus
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Body louse Lice, body with stool (Pediculus humanus) Body louse, female and larvae Head louse and pubic louse Alternative names Return to top Lice - body Definition Return to top Body lice are tiny parasitic insects (Pediculus humanus corporis) that can be spread by close contact with other people. Causes, incidence, and risk factors Return to top There are 3 types of lice: head lice , body lice, and pubic lice . Body lice may be 2 to 3 mm long, whereas head and public lice are much smaller. They feed on human blood, and they lay their eggs and deposit their fecal matter on the skin (they may also lay their eggs in clothing). Infestation by body lice causes intense itching . When body lice are not feeding on blood, they live in the seams and folds of clothing. Body lice are transmitted by contact with infected clothing and bedding as well as by direct contact with an infected person.
Risk factors include close (overcrowded) living conditions, and poor hygiene.

30. Head Lice
lice are tiny parasites that can cause itching and scratching, especially on areas of the body that are covered with hair. Learn how to prevent and treat lice in this article for parents. able to

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Signs and Symptoms:
Lice are tiny brown and gray parasites that can cause itching and scratching, especially on areas of the body that are covered with hair (typically the scalp, neck, and behind the ears). If your child's hair is involved, you might be able to see the tiny lice eggs (called "nits"), which look like white grains of sand attached to the hair shafts. It is more common to see nits in a child's hair than it is to see live lice crawling on the scalp. Description:
The head louse, Pediculus hu manus capitus though very small (2 mm to 4 mm long), can be seen by the human eye. Lice live among human hairs, draw blood from the skin (although the amount drawn is almost too little to measure), and lay eggs ("nits") on hair shafts, close to the skin surface, where the temperature is perfect for incubation. They have tiny claws on their legs that are adapted for feeding and clinging to hair or clothing. Their bites may cause inflammation and itching, and the y can become infected. Temporarily, lice can live in clothing, bed linens, combs, brushes, and hats that have come in contact with an infested person. Kids and teens are most prone to catching lice because they are likely to share such personal items and because they are often in close physical contact with other infected children. Six to 12 million people are infested with lice each year.

31. SEA LICE Or Seabathers Eruption
SEA lice or Seabathers Eruption. Adult CLINICAL ARTICLES SEABATHER S ERUPTION OR SEA lice New findings and clinical implications. Mary
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Because the Sunshine State has a significant tourist population, people who have the rash return to their respective states or countries, seeking follow-up care from their local health care facilities. This has prompted calls to Florida's Public Health Offices and emergency departments, requesting information as to the origins of the rash and recommendations for treatment. Many persons expressed confusion and fear that they had contracted a communicable disease, such as venereal disease, chickenpox, or measles. Periodic outbreaks have existed before this decade, and it is possible that this form of dermatitis has been around for centuries. Fishermen have long been acquainted with it, affirming reports in Cuba, Puerto Rico, Mexico, and the Caribbean islands. Names such as "sea poisoning," "sea critters," and "ocean itch" have been used as descriptions of this seasonal affliction. A Bahamian old wives' tale specifically warns against ocean swimming between Mother's Day and Father's Day yearly. A local resident from Miami, Florida, described bathing on the beach in the spring of 1903 as the "year we were all poisoned... with some kind of rash which set up an intense itching. It was not so bad for us as we could stay home and doctor ourselves with lotions but the poor men having to work in the fields or hot packing houses were the ones who really suffered."

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This website offers everything you need to know to properly inspect for head lice, eliminate lice eggs and nits, and prevent them from returning. Here's what you can find on this site: All About Lice
  • Lice Facts: Learn everything you need to know about head lice, eggs and nits, the lice lifecycle, and the symptoms to watch out for to identify possible head lice infestation. How to Check for Lice: Learn proper head lice checking tips and techniques. A must-read before you begin!
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34. Head Lice Information Sheet - Rick Speare
HEAD lice INFORMATION SHEET. Assoc Professor Rick Speare. Dept of Public Health HOW DO I KNOW IF MY CHILD HAS HEAD lice? Many head lice infections
Assoc Professor Rick Speare
Dept of Public Health and Tropical Medicine
James Cook University
Townsville AUSTRALIA 4811
Phone: 07-47225778 International: -61-7-47225778
Fax: 07-225788 International: -61-7-47225788
Many head lice infections cause no symptoms, and probably less than half cause itch. So you have to LOOK to find out if your child has head lice. Do not rely on itching and scratching. Eggs are not difficult to see; use a strong light and look on the hair shafts. Newly laid eggs are usually within 1.5 cm of the scalp while older eggs are higher up the hair shafts. If you are not sure whether an object you find is a head louse egg, try sliding it up the hair shaft using your fingers. Eggs are usually quite difficult to move, whereas hair muffs and other items slide easily. Live, dead, hatched eggs?
How can I tell?
However, finding live lice can be difficult since the climbers move away quickly from disturbances in the hair, and they are very difficult to see. An easy way to find the climbers is to use the conditioner and nit comb technique
  • Apply conditioner to dry hair aiming to cover each hair from root to tip with a layer of conditioner.
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    36. Lice Solution - What To Do For Head Lice (pediculosis) And Body Lice
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    37. EMedicine - Lice : Article By Dirk M Elston, MD
    lice Louse infestation remains a major problem throughout the world. Head louse Body lice are important vectors of disease. This article
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    Last Updated: January 18, 2002 Rate this Article Email to a Colleague Synonyms and related keywords: pediculosis, louse infestation, nits AUTHOR INFORMATION Section 1 of 11 Author Information Introduction Clinical Differentials ... Bibliography
    Author: Dirk M Elston, MD , Consulting Staff, Department of Dermatology, Geisinger Medical Center Dirk M Elston, MD, is a member of the following medical societies: American Academy of Dermatology Editor(s): Daniel Hogan, MD , Chief of Dermatology, Professor, Departments of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics, Louisiana State University Medical Center; David F Butler, MD Edward F Chan, MD , Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Dermatology, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine; Catherine Quirk, MD

    38. Lice Aren't So Nice
    If you go to school, you may have heard of lice already. Read our article for kids to learn what lice are, who gets them, and how to keep them away.
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    Scratch scratch. Scratch. Scratch scratch scratch. Scratch. It seems as if you've been scratching your head all morning long. But what's weird is that these aren't like regular itches - they keep coming back, even after you've scratched. What's even weirder is that the kid who sits in front of you has been scratching his head for a few days, too. What's going on? What's going on is something that affects between 6 and 12 million people worldwide every year: head lice . Most of those millions are kids. If you're a kid who goes to school, you may have heard of lice already, know someone who had them, or even had them yourself. Read on to learn what lice are, who gets them, and how to keep them away. Little Tiny Insects
    Lice are very, very small insects. In fact, they are so tiny that you can barely seem them with your eyes alone! Each louse (the name for one of the lice) is brown and gray and only about the size of a sesame seed. Lice are parasites (say: pair -uh-sites), which means that they live off other living things. Head lice need to be next to skin to survive - and the warmth of your skin is a perfect place for them to live. Lice eat tiny amounts of blood (much less than a mosquito does) for their nourishment and use their sticky, little feet to hold on to hair. When lice start living in hair, they also start to lay eggs, or

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    40. Head Lice Resources You Can Trust - University Of Nebraska Cooperative Extension
    Head lice resources that provide sound, practical information from sources that are reliable and trusted. Head lice Nit. Eggs (nits).
    Educational Resource Guide #018 Head Lice Management
    The incidence of head lice has increased in the last 20 years. This means that more kids are carrying around head lice and have the chance to expose even more kids to head lice. What can parents do that is safe and effective? This educational resource guide discusses how to detect head lice and the steps required to eliminate lice and prevent re-infestation. We will discuss insecticidal treatments, but will emphasize combing as the most important action that parents can do to eliminate head lice from their child’s head. Because of the limitations of insecticidal products, even after using head lice treatments, combing must be done to break the head lice life cycle. Background: H ead lice are found in children of all socioeconomic classes. They are very contagious and can spread easily. While there is no reason to panic (head lice do not carry serious diseases), taking action quickly is the best way to prevent the infestation of other family members. It is also important for parents to remain calm because they will need the cooperation of their child to successfully treat this problem.

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