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Head Lice To Dead Lice
Head Lice To Dead Lice

Head Lice To Dead Lice

Product ID : 17066833

Galleon Product ID 17066833
UPC / ISBN 0312972601
Shipping Weight 0.25 lbs
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Binding: Mass Market Paperback
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Shipping Dimension 6.61 x 4.21 x 0.12 inches
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Number Of Pages 176
Package Quantity 1
Publication Date 1999-11-15

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About Head Lice To Dead Lice

A terrific treatment plan for a lousy problem.The head-count on lice infestations is growing each year, yet head lice have become resistant little buggers, immune to many of the traditional treatments. So how can you treat a child's head lice infestation while keeping your home, your own head, and your child's self-esteem intact? Now there's an answer for the millions of families plagued by persistent lice. Based on their award-winning, acclaimed video, Joan Sawyer and Roberta MacPhee-- otherwise known as the "Lice Ladies"-- present panicked parents with a safe, effective five-step treatment plan to end stubborn cases of head lice once and for all. In an informal, easy-to-read, and often humorous voice, the Lice Ladies offer help for families bugged by lice, including:* Bug Off! Their famous "Head Lice to Dead Lice" plan for treatment and prevention of head lice infestations* An itchy subject: the social, emotional, and legal issues associated with head lice* Lice through the ages: a history of lice and their treatments, including chemicals, oils, and folk remedies* Nitpicking: how to effectively check for, comb through, and pick out lice* Housekeeping: how to keep your home lice-free (without becoming obsessive-compulsive)* Other essential tips on what parents, kids, and schools can do to banish and prevent head lice, including a helpful resource list of doctors, organizations, public health departments, websites, and more.