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A Health Alert for Phones

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A health alert - take caution before your child snaps that next selfie hat shameless act of vanity could be spreading head lice among teenagers. That according to an expert who treats lice. Carrie Madej, who owns Nit Free Noggins says she's already treating about 35 to 40 percent more teenage girls at her two Chicago locations because of it. She says lice can spread when teens take group selfies. When they touch their heads together the lice can jump from one person to the next. So it might be wise to avoid that trend. An expert also suggests checking your child for lice weekly.

A Health Alert for Phones


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