Group selfies are spreading head lice infestations ,Dr. Sharon Rink of Appleton joined a growing group of experts who are concerned about so-called “social media lice.”They blame ’ head-to-head contact while taking pictures or looking at each other’s phones for an increase in head lice infestation.
“Teenagers don’t usually get lice because they’re not sharing hats and things like that,And lice can’t jump, so the only way they can transmit lice is touching their heads together, and that’s happening with all these photos.”
People are doing selfies like every day, as opposed to going to photo booths years and years ago. So you’re probably having much more contact with other people’s heads.
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