The effects of head lice aren't all bad. An outbreak of head lice in a community, while certainly unpleasant, can be a valuable time for supermarket pharmacists to form a strong bond and build store loyalty with parents and children. As August rolls to its inevitable end, children will be heading back to school, and in many areas, head lice are sure to follow them. The end of summer also can mean an active role for pharmacists in diagnosing and recommending special shampoos for treating ...

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