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  • Head Lice for Teens

    Lice aren't dangerous, but they do spread from person to person easily. They can also be hard to get rid of. Find out how to prevent lice -- and what to do if someone you know has them.

  • Head Lice for Parents

    Lice aren't dangerous and they don't spread disease, but they are contagious, annoying, and sometimes hard to get rid of. Learn more about this common childhood problem and how to get rid of those pesky little bugs.

  • Lice Aren't So Nice for Kids

    Lice are tiny insects that live in a person's hair. Find out more in this article for kids.

  • First Aid: Head Lice for Parents

    Lice commonly spread from kid to kid. They're not dangerous - but they are creepy and annoying. Here's what to do about them.

  • Parasitic Infections (Worms, Lice, etc.) for Parents

    From bedbugs to head lice, find out how to treat these common pests.

  • Piojos Para Padres

    Por frustrante que pueda ser enfrentarse a los piojos, no son peligrosos.

  • Pubic Lice for Parents

    Pubic lice are six-legged creatures that infest the hair in the pubic area. Pubic lice infestation is considered a sexually transmitted disease (STD), but it can be contracted in other ways.

  • Pubic Lice (Crabs) for Teens

    Pubic lice, or "crabs," are tiny insects that can crawl from the pubic hair of one person to another during sex. Read about symptoms, treatment, and prevention.

  • Los piojos no son agradables Para Niños

    Cada año entre 6 y 12 millones de personas en todo el mundo se infectan con piojos de la cabeza. ¿Qué puedes hacer? Vamos a averiguarlo.

  • Hey! A Louse Bit Me! for Kids

    Lice need to suck blood to survive, and they sometimes live on people's heads and lay eggs in their hair. Get the lowdown on lice in this article.