Houston Schools Open to Students and Head Lice

As schools all over Houston launch their school year, children return from summer vacation bringing unwanted guests in the form of head lice. LiceDoctors Head Lice Treatment Service reports that head lice are on the rise and that September is the peak of head lice season.

Houston, TX, August 25, 2013 --(PR.com)-- School nurses in Houston brace for the arrival of students and the growing incidence of head lice return after summer vacation. Schools often conduct routine checks on students as schools begin, as they realize that back-to-school is peak of head lice season.

One Houston area nurse reports, "As students return, it is important for us to be vigilant about head lice. One child with an active case of lice, can easily turn into several students. It is very hard on the child to be sent home, but there really is no other choice."

Wendy Beck of LiceDoctors, a leading national in-home professional head lice treatment service, says that the incidence of head lice is rising and this is largely due to the growing resistance among head lice to the chemical shampoos. "LiceDoctors professional technicians come to your house and do a strand by strand treatment, removing all nits and lice from the hair. Our technicians are experienced and rigorously trained and usually treat an entire family successfully in 2 hours. We guarantee that our service works and we have successfully treated 25,000 families over the past 18 years."

For professional head lice treatment in the privacy of your home, call LiceDoctors in Houston, Texas and neighboring areas at 713-853-2722. LiceDoctors Lice Treatment Service is available in 50 metro areas from coast to coast and can be contacted on their web site, www.licedoctors.com or at 800-224-2537.
Wendy Beck