Contrary to what most people may believe, a head lice infestation isn't necessarily a sign of poor hygiene. Lice are tiny wingless insects that live on the scalp as their breeding ground, and survive... More > by feeding on blood drawn from the same. They are transferred from one person to another through close contact (head-to-head contact), sharing personal items, and through contaminated articles like bedding, furniture, clothes, etc. These parasites only live on humans, and cannot be passed to or caught from animals. Head lice infestation is more common in overcrowded living conditions and that is why most school going children are affected by it.
This book covers several aspects of head lice such as:
- What Are Head Lice?
- The Life-Cycle Of The Head Lice Bug
- How Do I Know If I/My Child/Children Have Head Lice?
- How To Spot Them
- HOME REMEDIES
and so much more!
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