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Get Out of My Hair: Up-to-Date Tips on Preventing and Treating Head Lice

It’s one of those “oh no!” moments many of us have had: we’re combing our son’s or daughter’s hair and notice some unwelcome visitors on our child’s scalp! Will we have to keep our child home from school or childcare? How in the world can we miss work? And will other parents think we’re dirty and careless? Marti & Erin both have been there, but they still learned some new information from this week’s Mom Enough guest, pediatric nurse and health consultant Barbara Stoll. You’ll be glad you listened to this very informative show!


Have your children ever had head lice? How did you feel about it and what did you do to get rid of the lice and prevent it from spreading to others? Share your thoughts in our REPLY space below!


For the head lice information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, click here.

For head lice information from the Minnesota Department of Health, click here.

For HeadLice.Org, click here.

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  1. Melanie Huels on June 26, 2015

    Since kids’ scalps are sensitive, perhaps the first right move is taking him or her towards doctor. If bug infestations have occurred, start the treatment as soon as possible to prevent it from spreading further. Lice Removal, Decatur, GA