Human Hair Parasites?

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Scabies, ticks, lice and mites are all human hair parasites that require a lot of effort to remove. Lice are a common parasite that can be passed around from child to child in a school setting. Once your child has a lice infestation he or she will experience a lot of itching. You can use over the counter shampoos to remove the lice and nits from the hair, but it will normally require multiple washing to completely eradicate the problem. You will also want to wash the bed sheets and you should treat the other areas of your home where your child tends to lay his head.
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