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The Meaning of Lice

Just the word – LICE – strikes fear in parents. At last, new methods to fight the ancient parasite are on the horizon.

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By Neil Swidey
March 2, 2008

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I WAS FINE, I SWEAR I WAS, right up until the moment when Helen turned to me on our way into the house and whispered, "I wouldn't sit on any upholstered furniture if I were you." (Full article: 4221 words)

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