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Literature

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Sowen, P1999Head lice: new developments on a controversial issue
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Sadler, C2000A lousy problem
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Namazi, MR2005The addition of tretinoin to permethrin, pyrethrins, and DDT for production of powerful anti-lice agents
Moses, M2003A simple matter of grooming
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Kuwahara, RT, Rasberry, RD2001Inexpensive head lice comb
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Goldsmith, J2003Nit-picking
Dawes, M2005Combing and combating head lice
Brenton, CM2005Shaving for head lice is unnecessary and distressing
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