Selfies Causing Head Lice?

It’s a selfie world with people taking more and more pictures with their friends. Those selfies usually show people touching heads for the shot, which according to lice expert Marcy McQuillan is causing more cases of head lice, “Typically its younger children I treat, because they’re at a higher risk for head-to-head contact. But now, teens are sticking their heads together every day to take cell phone pics.”

So stick to the real selfie of just a picture of yourself, and don’t touch heads with someone. Time

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