LICE


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Related to LICE: head lice, Body lice
AcronymDefinition
LICELanguage Independent Composition Environment
LICELice Interrupt Cheese Eating (Kids Next Door show)
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'That North country is full of horse-dealers as an old coat of lice. There is Sikandar Khan, Nur Ali Beg, and Farrukh Shah all heads of kafilas [caravans] - who deal there,' said the Flower.
[2] I noticed that several hours before any one of the condors died, all the lice, with which it was infested, crawled to the outside feathers.
The body was made for it--the thumb to hold the hammer, the hand to pump the water and drive the horses, the legs to follow the plow, herd the cattle and chase the pigs from the cornfield, the ears to listen for strange noises from the stock, the eyes to watch for weeds and discover the lice on the hens, the mouth to yell the food call to the calves, the back to carry the bran.
All was of the present-- particularly of filling his belly and catching lice.
The most common symptom of lice, which are usually found on the scalp, is itching caused by an allergic reaction to louse saliva, according to the Mayo Clinic.
For some, offering a discount on head lice treatment may seem odd, but given the large number of people infested with headlice on an annual basis - an estimated 6 million to 12 million infestations occur each year in the United States and that's just counting children 3 to 11 years of age - we think there's no time like the present.
Checking for lice 'Head lice prefer long hair': Lice don't care whether hair is short, long, clean or dirty.
Jennifer Lynch, a pediatrician with Amita Health Medical Care Group Pediatrics in Hoffman Estates, noted that head lice are mostly annoying.
If you have head lice, it is important to deal with this thoroughly.
Talking to private news channel , Child expert Dr Mohsin Hasan says parents should pay attention to their child if they see them scratching behind their ears or the back of their necks as kids are suffering from severe head lice infestations because parents refuse to treat them.
By early April, the petition--"WCSD Head Lice Policy Must Change!"--had been signed by more than 1,700 people.
"When taking selfies, this is exactly what happens, but plenty of other activities such QI HEARD 'selfies' have been linked to a rise in head lice cases.