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Head Lice Spread Fast, So Prevention is Key

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BRIDGEPORT, Conn., Oct. 18, 2012 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — October is the month the kids begin to scratch, says George Coleman, founder and president of Connecticut’s Dermedics Laboratories. That’s because the start of a new school year has children literally putting their heads together – and that’s how head lice infestations get started.

From Hangovers to Head Lice: What Do Head Lice and Hangovers Have in Common? CT-based Healthcare Entrepreneur George Coleman

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BRIDGEPORT, Conn., July 2, 2012 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — In the early 1980’s George Coleman, head of Dermedics Laboratories in Bridgeport, Conn., teamed up with the former Keneric Industries to reformulate and market an over-the-counter pharmaceutical product designed to treat the symptoms of hangovers. The product, Dr. Seltzer’s Hangover Helper, went on to become the best-selling hangover remedy in the U.S. It was eventually sold to a well-known manufacturer and, after almost 20 years on the market, was discontinued when that manufacturer was sold.

Head Lice for the Holidays: A Gift that Keeps on Giving!

JAMESVILLE, VA – Dec. 12 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — When family and friends get together for the holidays, the kids may come home with an unexpected gift, warn the head lice experts at Dermedics Laboratories, Jamesville, VA. And this is one gift you can’t just return.

Heading Off Head Lice

JAMESVILLE, VA – August 29 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — A new homeopathic shampoo from Dermedics Laboratories helps stop the spread of head lice, saves kids embarrassment and reduces exposure to toxins. To a child, back to school means a new backpack, a new teacher, and new friends. For parents, it may also mean a new problem: head lice! Getting a note from the teacher warning that head lice are rampant in your child’s class – or worse, not getting a note but having your child come home scratching furiously – can be the start of a parental nightmare.