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         Lice:     more books (101)
  1. Lice (Bugs!) by Kristin Petrie, 2008-07
  2. Type stretcher, Striped Ink and Lead Lice: Newspaper life in the south by J. M. (Jack) Douglass, 1984
  3. An Efficient And Practicable Method For Controlling Melon Lice (1914) by Charles Elmer Durst, 2009-09-24
  4. The Louse Flies of Wisconsin and Adjacent States by Kenneth MACARTHUR, 1948
  5. The Official Patient's Sourcebook on Body Lice Infestation: A Revised and Updated Directory for the Internet Age by Icon Health Publications, 2002-09
  6. Pubic Lice: A Medical Dictionary, Bibliography, And Annotated Research Guide To Internet References by Icon Health Publications, 2004-04-30
  7. Lice Are Lousy by Margaret Tsubakiyama, 1999-03-01
  8. Lady Louse Lived There by Vi Hilbert, 1996
  9. The Strawberry Root Louse: (Aphis Forbesi Weed). by Ezra Dwight Sanderson, 2010-05-25
  10. Prvo Lice by milovan marcetic, 2003
  11. Kamniske Ali Savinjske Alpe, Njih Zgradba in Njih Lice: Poljuden Geoloski in Krajinski Opis, Volume 2 (Slovene Edition) by Ferdinand Seidl, 2010-03-16
  12. Their Majesties colony of Connecticut in New-England vindicated, from the abuses of a pamphlet, lice by Robert Treat, John Allyn, et all 2009-12-17
  13. Plant Lice: Or Aphids (1916) by Harry Arthur Gossard, 2009-10-15
  14. Pablo diablo y los piojos/ Horrid Henry's Head Lice (El Barco De Vapor: Pablo Diablo/ the Steamboat: Horrid Henry) (Spanish Edition) by Francesca Simon, 2007-06-30

61. Elliot's Disease Research Library
Library of information for those suffering from Elliot's Disease, an undiagnosed parasitic skin disorder affecting humans and their pets that may mimic lice or scabies.
Elliot's Disease Research Library
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Elliot's Disease is an undiagnosed skin disorder affecting humans and/or their pets that may mimic lice or scabies. Welcome to the Library! This site is dedicated to the sharing of a library of information regarding Elliot's Disease. Feel free to browse the library (which will be updated frequently) or to participate in the letter campaign designed to raise public awareness of Elliot's Disease.

62. Head Lice Facts
Head lice. Head lice are parasitic insects that live in the hair and scalp of humans. They need human blood to survive. What are head lice?
Head Lice
  • Head lice are parasitic insects that live in the hair and scalp of humans. They need human blood to survive. Head lice are spread easily from person to person by direct contact. Head lice can infest anyone, regardless of personal hygiene. Head lice are usually treatable with lice-killing shampoos and creme rinses. To prevent infection: 1) avoid direct contact with the head, hair, clothing, or personal belongings of a person with head lice, and 2) treat affected persons, their contacts, and their households.
What are head lice? Head lice are parasitic insects that live in the hair and scalp of humans. The scientific name for head louse is Pediculus humanus capitis . Another name for infestation with head lice is pediculosis. Head lice develop in three forms: nits, nymphs, and adults. Nits: Nits are head lice eggs. They are hard to see and are often mistaken for dandruff or droplets of hairspray. Nits are found firmly attached to the hair shaft. They are oval and usually yellow to white. Nits take about 1 week to hatch. Nymphs: Nits hatch into nymphs. Nymphs are immature adult head lice. Nymphs mature into adults about 7 days after hatching. To live, nymphs must feed on blood.

63. Fairy Tales > All Natural, Organic Hair Care For Children
Distributes natural hair care products designed for children. Offers advice and information on head lice treatment and prevention.
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lice!! the very thought of them is enough to start off the itching and scratching!! Several resources. More recent updates on lice.
the very thought of them is enough to start off the itching and scratching!!
Several of us put our heads together to compile this article
William Ells supplied the idea and some of the resources; Anne Bruce supplied the words;
Maurice Smith, Dave Walker and Mike Morgan supplied images and resources
More recent updates on lice:-
Click here for the most stunning and infomative account of lice infestation: body lice and head lice - 1999 - summer! Nightmare: A True account of Resistant lice 1998 Lice Wars - Body Lice and Head Lice (Multi-media experience) 1999 To set the scene ...
It is a relatively uneventful school day which is abruptly interrupted by the arrival of the "nit nurse". As a result of the information sent home, painful parental probing of heads follows, together with contagious and synchronised scratching. As the fine toothed combs are dragged through the hair of complaining and recalcitrant children, vile smelling shampoo is put into action, very often on a "just in case" basis.
Like it or not our bodies are the habitat for a wide range of organisms. Whether it is our skin or hair, teeth or intestine, blood or nerves, our bodies provide all the resources for healthy living for a huge variety of organisms. Lice are just one type of parasites which thrive on the human body.

65. Lindane Education And Research Network
Comprehensive research site of the prevalent common pesticide lindane, its uses including treating lice/scabies, manufacturing, regulatory status. Discussion. References and links to scientific data regarding human health and ecotoxicity.
Lindane Education And Research Network Select a Destination Homepage Animals Lindane Ban Cancer Chemistry Children Environment Health Effects Lindane Index Manufacturers Metabolism Products Product Recalls Superfund Toxicology Women HeadLice.Org Home Discussion Communications Links ... Search Lindane is the primary synonym for gamma -Hexachlorocyclohexane (HCH) also commonly referred to as benzene hexachloride (BHC). Lindane is a nerve poison, an organochlorine pesticide. Lindane is a known carcinogen in the state of California where it has been banned . Lindane is an Endocrine Disrupting Chemical and Persistent Organic Pollutant . Lindane is found in air, water and soil samples throughout the world . Lindane is documented in human breast milk and amniotic fluid. Many countries have banned lindane. Unfortunately, in the United States, it is still widely prescribed and used on children and their families for treating head lice and scabies . It is also used on pets, livestock, fruits and vegetables , cotton, wool, tobacco, plants, trees and as a wood preservative.
Learn about the health effects of lindane to protect your family and environment
NY state proposes banning sale, use, and prescription of Lindane!

66. Supreme Products - Cattle Duster, Catfish Getter, Precision Ag - Superior, Nebra
Dusters and dust for control of flies and lice.
Products Welcome to Supreme Products Home Page.
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67. Lice (pediculosis). DermNet NZ
lice information for patients. NZ DermNet is an online dermatology resource for patients, GPs and dermatologists. lice. lice are insects
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Lice are insects that live on human hair and clothing. They are small but can still be seen with the naked eye. Often they are well camouflaged and reflect the colour of the surroundings, which makes them difficult to see. The medical term for an infection or infestation with lice is called pediculosis. There are three types of lice that infest humans.
  • Pediculus humanus var. capitis - The head louse Pediculus humanus var. humanus - The body louse. Phthirus pubis - The pubic louse.
Lice are insects than live on rather than in the body. They are wingless and have six legs on which are attached strong claws, which they use to grasp on tightly to hair shafts or clothing fibres. Head lice, the most common infestation in humans, are colloquially known as cooties and their eggs are called nits. Pubic lice are smaller than the other two species, and have a short body resembling a crab. Hence the name crabs.
Related information
Other web sites:
Lice - from emedicine dermatology, the online textbook

68. Pubic Lice (pediculosis). DermNet NZ
lice information for patients. NZ DermNet is an online dermatology resource for patients, GPs and dermatologists. Home Pubic lice. Pubic
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Pubic Lice
Pubic lice or crabs are contracted by close contact and are easily transmitted sexually. The pubic hair is most common site but lice can spread to other hairy parts of the body including armpit, beard, chest hair and thigh hair. Eyelashes can also be affected.
Pubic louse Pubic lice infestation results in itching. Blood specks on underclothes and live lice moving in the pubic hair are occasionally noted.
An insecticide such as Prioderm Shampoo (maldison) is used. Prioderm is a cream applied directly to the skin and hair and lathered up like shampoo. A small portion may be absorbed into the body and for this reason it is important to follow the manufacturer's advice on duration of treatment. Important points on treatment for pubic lice
  • It is important to apply the shampoo to all hairy parts of the body apart from the eyelids and scalp - from 'neck to knees'. It is easily applied while in the shower.

69. BioSafe's Non Toxic Products For Head Lice And Other Insects
School time shampoo, pesticide free cleanser for eliminating headlice and nits.

BioSafe's Products for use on Head Lice and Other Insects
BioSafe Technologies, Inc. is a specialized consumer products company focused on the research, development and commercialization of non-toxic cosmetic surfactants used for insect removal in three primary markets.
  • Family Care
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BioSafe’s philosophy  is to develop products based on the organic methods and principals intended by nature. The resultant products are developed to replace or supplement toxic alternatives currently on the market.  Unlike many "natural" products on the market, that sacrifice efficacy for safety, BioSafe produces unique products that are safe for the whole family and meet or exceed the efficacy of toxic products. To attain these goals, BioSafe invested ten years in research, development, and testing.  BioSafe’s non-toxic products (some are not yet commercially available) are
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70. Head Lice And Nits Information Page - The Little Surgery, Stamford, UK
A patient information leaflet Head lice and Nits. This Head lice, More leaflets, Front page. The Little Surgery. Head lice and Nits. This
Head Lice More leaflets Front page
The Little Surgery
Head Lice
and Nits This information leaflet is designed to give general advice and guidance.
It is not intended as a substitute for proper medical advice, and if you have a medical problem you should consult your own doctor.
What are head lice and nits?

Where do they come from?

How common are they?

What are the symptoms?
What is the treatment?
What are head lice and nits?
Head lice are very small insects which live on the scalp of human beings. They are few millimetres in length and are a light brown colour. They don't live on animals.
The lice feed by sucking blood from your scalp. They lay eggs, called nits , which they stick to the shafts of your hair with a very strong glue. The eggs are dull grey, and are fastened to the hair very close to the scalp, so they are kept nice and warm. After about 7 days, the eggs hatch, and new lice are released. Two weeks later, the new lice are fully grown, and start laying eggs. Very soon hundreds of lice can be living on your scalp. Hatched eggs remain attached to your hair for some time. The hatched egg is white, and can be seen as a small white blob stuck to a hair, about an inch away from the scalp.

71. All Natural Herbal Shampoo And Conditioner For People And Pets
Allnatural herbal shampoos and conditioners for people, as well as anti-flea and anti-lice products for pets.
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Escape the world of chemically centered products and allow yourself to visit a more gentle time.
We specialize in (95 - 99% botanical) all natural herbal shampoos and conditioners for people and wonderful anti-flea, anti-pest products for pets.
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72. Head Lice
Describes types of body and head lice, how to detect, and how to get rid of them. A correct diagnosis WW1030 2002, Head lice. Jeffrey Hahn, University
WW-1030 2002
Head Lice
Jeffrey Hahn, University of Minnesota Extension Service
Head lice (Pediculus humanus capitis) feed on blood, primarily on the heads of children. Infestation by head lice is called pediculosis. Fortunately, they do not transmit disease, although their presence can be very bothersome. These lice inject a saliva into their hosts as they feed to prevent the blood from clotting. This results in itching which at best is annoying and at worst can result in infection if scratched too vigorously. Anyone can become infested; the presence of head lice is not the result of unclean conditions.
Photo by Department of Entomology Adult head lice are about 1/8 inch long, grayish, flattened, and wingless. Their legs are claw-like, designed to hold onto hair. These lice excrete partially digested blood which can appear as 'black dandruff'. Lice eggs, commonly referred to as nits, are whitish, oval and the size of a pinhead (1/30 inch long). They are attached to hair near the scalp. Nits that are found further than 1/2 inch from the scalp nearly always have hatched or died.
Head lice live in very close association with humans, especially on young children. They are found on heads where they take daily blood meals. Head lice cling to hair shafts near the scalp. Adult females glue eggs on hair shafts close to the scalp, usually behind the ears and on the nape of the neck. Eggs hatch after 5 to 10 days. Young head lice (called nymphs) are mobile and molt three times, developing into mature adults in about three weeks. Adults can live for about four weeks but do not lay eggs until after seven days. Head lice do not survive off a host for more than one or two days.

73. Phthiraptera
Taxonomy of human lice, scientific meetings, announcements, list of phthirapterists, collections, and louse resources.

74. Diagnosing Head Lice -
Wondering if your child is a victim of the recent outbreak of lice at his school? Dr. Greene explains how to properly and thoroughly check for lice.
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I think my child has head lice. I keep my house clean, but I'm embarrassed and afraid other people will think it's my fault. How can I check without going to the doctor?
Lice have been a nuisance to humans since ancient times. They have thrived almost wherever humans have been in prolonged close contact with each other. One notable exception to this has been in areas where the pesticide DDT is in widespread use. In the United States, for a period of about 30 years, lice outbreaks were uncommon. Since DDT was banned in 1973, the number of cases of lice has risen steadily. Today, there are about 12 million cases per year in the United States alone. Each year, many

75. Treatment For Poison Ivy, Poision Oak, Head Lice, And Insect Bites: Tec Labs
Nontoxic formulas for skin rashes, insect repellants, and head lice.
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77. Aquatica Inc. - Wholesale Sport Diving Accessories
Manufactures and distributes sport diving accessories including draw string mesh bags, soft weight belts, underwater sonar, and sea lice and jellyfish safe sunblock.
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78. Lice And Scabies
This health education site explains all you need to know about lice and scabies, including prevention, selfcare, specific recommendations for effective non
Few skin conditions are as horrifying to people as lice or scabies infestations. Though billions of microscopic bacteria, viruses, and fungi swarm over us constantly, the thought of actual visible bugs crawling on our skin and hair makes us shudder. Scabies and lice are different, but each infests us in similar ways. See the body map for classic locations. Lice There are three types of lice - head lice, pubic (crab) lice, and body lice. They are all transmitted in the exact same way: close body contact with an infested person, or contact with shared items like clothing, bedding, combs and brushes, and yes, even toilet seats can pass these creatures onto you. They do not jump from person to person though. Lice bite the skin to feed on your blood, and this is what causes the characteristic itching. Head lice Pubic (crab) lice : They do have a crab-like appearance, and are slightly larger than head lice. Many people think they are specs of dirt - until they move! Crab lice are found in other hairy areas, too: underarms, eyebrows and lashes, and facial hair. Body lice Scabies For treatment of lice, take care to read label warnings and instructions carefully. The regimen of applying the medicine, washing it off, and removing nits must be followed

79. Head Lice - Healthy Kids And Pediatrics - Health And Medical Information Produce
What are head lice? Head lice are insect parasites that are found on the heads of people. Infection with head lice is called pediculosis.
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What are head lice?
Head lice are insect parasites that are found on the heads of people. Infection with head lice is called pediculosis. (The head louse, Pediculus humanus capitis, is different from the lice that cause body and pubic hair infections). How common is head lice infestation?
Head lice infection is very common. It has been estimated that up to 12 million people acquire head lice every year. Who is at risk for getting head lice?
Anyone who comes in close contact with someone who already has head lice, or their contaminated clothing and other belongings is at risk for acquiring head lice. Preschool and elementary school children (age 3-10 years) and their families are infected most often. Girls contract head lice more often than boys; women more often than men. African-Americans rarely acquire head lice. How in the world does a child get head lice?

80. Safe4people -Home Page
Products for hair care, hair loss and head lice. Also offers organic cleaners.
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