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Preventing your kids from getting head lice

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Head lice affects between six and twelve million children each year. The condition isn’t dangerous, but it can spread easily. With kids returning to school in just a few weeks, Drs. Darline Robles and Nanette Silverburg talk about how to manage and care for your kids if they do get head lice. The doctors are members of the Headfirst! program, which offers head lice basics, including information on symptoms, diagnosis, prevention and treatment options, as well as tips and checklists designed to help moms when it’s time to battle head lice.

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