Head lice are tiny, wingless insects about the size of a sesame seed. They have six legs with claws and they can attach themselves to hair. They can live on your head, feeding off blood under the scalp. Head lice eggs or nits are white, oval, pin-head sized eggs that attach to the hair and hatch six to ten days after being laid, making head lice infestation an ongoing problem. Head lice cannot fly or jump; they can spread via head-to-head contact or sharing hats and brushes that have come in contact with an infestation.
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