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  • Head lice advice for parents in the Nepali
  • Head lice basics
    • Head lice are small, wingless parasites that live on the human head, especially near the ears and neck
    • They are about the size of a sesame seed when fully grown
    • They have 6 legs ending in hooked ‘claws’
    • Head lice can’t fly, jump or swim, but can crawl very fast
    • Nits are not live head lice
    • They are empty or dead head lice eggs
    • They remain attached to the hair with a kind of strong ‘glue’ deposited by the louse when laying
    • Nits can remain for weeks or even months after infection
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    • A few people will get an itchy scalp
    • You might find black specks on the pillowcase (this is the waste product)
    • Some people have no symptoms at all
    • You should perform detection combing in your family if you suspect head lice or know someone who has them
    How can you tell if you have head lice?
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