removing lice

Currently, neither head nor pubic lice are considered vectors for human pathogens. Of the three types that affect humans, only body lice are vectors for human pathogens. They are known to transmit relapsing fever, epidemic typhus, and trench fever, diseases caused by Borrelia recurrentis, Rickettsia prowazekii, and Bartonella Quintana. These pathogens have been found in…

a little boy scratches due to lice infestation

Pediculosis capitis and nits, commonly known as head lice infestation is the infection of the head scalp and hair by the Pediculus humanus capitis parasite. The head louse can live on people’s eyelashes and eyebrows as well. During the first infection, the itching may not begin for up to six weeks. When a person is…

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Lice are little creepy crawlies that live on people and feast upon blood. At the point when countless live and duplicate on a man, it is called an infestation. Three various types of lice live on people: Head lice are typically found in hair, frequently on the back of the neck and behind the ears….

head-lice

Lice are little creepy crawlers that live on people’s skin mainly on head and feast upon blood. At the point when these crawlers multiply on a man, it is called an infestation. The infestation can be caused by any three types of lice: 1. Head lice are typically found in hair, frequently on the back…

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