In a bathroom far, far way.
The rebel lice had taken a strong hold. A tribe of she-woks were feeling the full force of the evil Itch Vader. 613 more words
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No More Head Lice
In the past head lice hit our home and after 10 chemical shampoo treatments, several loads of laundry, many hours of cleaning and spending at least $450.00, I vowed this would never happen again. 472 more words
CHICAGO (CBS) – The popular trend of teens taking group “selfies” might be leading to another less appealing trend: the spread of head lice.
WBBM Newsradio’s Regine Schlesinger reports a woman who runs two local treatment centers said she’s seen a significant rice in teenagers suffering from lice, and she thinks it’s because teens tend to put their heads together to take pictures of themselves with their friends. 158 more words
Well, well, well! The antiselfie could never have made this one up or predicted this one possible negative effect of selfies.
Head lice from selfies? Ew. 286 more words
It’s a selfie world with people taking more and more pictures with their friends. Those selfies usually show people touching heads for the shot, which according to lice expert Marcy McQuillan is causing more cases of head lice, “Typically its younger children I treat, because they’re at a higher risk for head-to-head contact. 52 more words