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This Summer Will Be Another Peak Season For Head Lice


Madrid, Spain, July 5th, 2010 – This summer millions of families will be on vacation, packing airports, buses and train stations, traveling within the country or to more exotic locations. And many of them don’t know yet what they will bring home…well, head lice. Summer is also a peak season for these parasites who affect millions of school aged children worldwide every year, and about ten million in the United States alone.

“Parents are familiar with head lice during the school year, but many forget that their kids can get head lice while being on vacation with their family or in summer camps,” says Paula Tooney, founder of, “but fortunately they can take some basic precaution measures to help prevent children from being infested”.

The main factor of transmission of head lice is head-to-head contact. When families and children travel, they will have a lot of close contacts with strangers on airplanes, on buses or trains, in baby clubs, summer camps, theme parks or zoos.

Head Lice Center offers independent, in-depth information on head lice and their eggs. It focuses on head lice treatments, home remedies and prevention. Unlike many other sources of information on head lice, it explains in details which treatments work for adult lice and which ones work for lice eggs. The site also offers a complimentary mini-course on how to treat head lice with natural remedies.

About Head Lice Center Website: was launched in the spring of 2010 to provide independent, reliable head lice information to parents, based on scientific studies, opinions of experts in the field and on the founder’s own experience as a mother of two children.


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