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Re: The pinworms are back!


A couple of questions to ask yourself:
Do you have pets?
Are your children in school or daycare?
Do they know how to use a public toilet?
Do they know how to wash their hands thoroughly?

Other children are carriers, and it is so easy for a child to become infested. An infested child who does not wash his or her hands and handles a toy can unwitttingly pass on worm eggs. Pinworm eggs under fingernails are viable for quite some time; it's a matter of transport from finger to mouth. A few suggestions about how to avoid recontamination

http://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/dpd/parasites/pinworm/factsht_pinworm.htm


As for the matter with lice, they move themselves from clothing (coats hanging near each other), from one head to another's hair, etc. I believe there are safer means of treating for headlice than commercial preps, but the cdc website has some good suggestions otherwise.
http://www.cdc.gov/NCIDOD/dpd/parasites/lice/factsht_head_lice_treating.htm

 

 
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