Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Lice Outbreaks
Many local school systems are sending notes home with students about an outbreak of lice. A new policy in Greene County Schools allows children who are infested with nits to return to school. That means the lice eggs are still in the hair and that can spread lice according to Pharmacist Eric Mullins … “The nits are actually lice eggs, so eventually it’s going to develop into lice. If the lice were to hatch while they were at school, it would be possible for it to transmit to other people.” Mullins says during an outbreak check your child’s hair in small sections, several times a week. (CC)

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