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Note to Parents - Licenex® Makes for Happier Campers(May 30, 2011)
(PRWEB) May 30, 2011
While most parents are familiar with the risk of head lice during the school year, most dont give it a second thought once school is dismissed for the summer. Unfortunately, head lice dont officially recognize summer vacation and continue traveling from head to head at summer camps and other places kids get together and play.
We are starting to see camps put in their orders for the summer sessions of kids day and overnight camps, said company CEO and President, Albert Duoibes. Well be able to tell just how broad this years infestations will be by June once the camp nurses run through the first orders and they organize projections for supplies over the remainder of the camp season.
Camp administrators and daycare providers battle the bugs every year and have a variety of policies in place to keep infestations under control. Proactive camp personnel particularly the overnight kind - check for head lice before kids enter the camp, turning away any confirmed cases. Parents should be aware of what their childrens summer camp policy is on head lice and be able to address any gaps. They should also make it a policy to head check their child once theyve left the camp for the summer.
Its important for parents to understand this is a common kid malady, having little to do with personal hygiene. These parasites have evolved with us from the beginning and are relentless in maintaining their relationship. Being aware of their existence and monitoring your child is one of the best ways to stop the infestation quickly.
Licenex brings FDA approved ingredients together in a comprehensive lice management solution for families. Licenex is a safe alternative to over-the-counter products containing toxic chemicals, risking harmful effects to children. The kit contains both a nit comb and a plastic cap to help target and effectively eliminate the infestation. Using the cap ensures the solution stays in place to eliminate the pests and the comb ensures any that may have been missed are raked out.
Parents can be assured this product does what it says and is completely safe to use on their children, said CEO and President, Albert Duoibes.
Additionally, many of the lice management products in the market today are actually contributing to the persistence of head lice both in the US and around the world. Studies have shown the number of cases to be increasing, in spite of addressing the situation with chemical-based treatments. This would indicate a resistance to these treatments. In fact, reports are starting to surface supporting regional resistance to these traditional therapies.
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Hello life is committed to providing safe relief, nutritional support and education for healthy lifestyle choices. Products are available to consumers via retailers, healthcare professionals and direct mail. For more information about the company or products, visit our website at: http://www.hellolife.net.
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If youd like more information about HelloLife or our products, please contact Jennie Mac Anaspie at 616.808.3290 x1028 or via email at jmacanaspie at hellolife dot net.
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