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What to do about lice

If you have ever dealt with an infestation, you know how difficult and frustrating the little bugs can be. Prevention is always the best course of action; but if you suddenly find yourself in a lousy situation, the treatment options are relatively simple.
Types of lice
Lice are parasitic insects that survive by feeding on blood. They move by crawling and cannot hop or fly — thank goodness.
Lice can be found on people's heads or bodies; the type of lice you have depends on where it’s found on your body. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention describes ...

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