Head Lice

Head Lice

There are 1 comment on the Advance story from Aug 8, 2012, titled Head Lice. In it, Advance reports that:

Between 6 million and 12 million infestations of head lice occur every year in the United States.1 Children between the ages of 3 and 11 are the most often affected, with occurrence more frequently in girls.1 Although head lice pose no public health threat or transmission of disease, they are an expensive nuisance.

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George Coleman

United States

#1 Aug 14, 2012
X-PEL Anti-Lice Shampoo & Conditioner is the only clinically proven, FDA registered non-toxic head lice treatment and repellent. It treats existing head lice infestations quickly and safely. It can also be used to help prevent infestation and/or re-infestation during outbreak periods. X-PEL is available in drug stores and supermarkets throughout the U.S. and Puerto or at www.x-pelheadlice.com

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