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Head Lice: An itchy Problem - 50 % off sale

Head lice has become an itchier problem!! According to researchers from the American Chemical Society there is a new strain of mutant head lice that is resistant to over-the counter- treatments, and they're found it at least 25 U.S. states!! That means if you or your child contracts head lice, there's a very good chance that the widely available treatments won't get rid of it. Maybe putting two heads together (as in "selfies") is not a good idea anymore? While this news is shocking to most people, it doesn't mean it's time to throw in the towel. We recommend parents, teachers and school nurses work together to combat this itchy problem. Head Lice: An Itchy Problem by MarshMedia is the perfect program...

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It’s never too early to talk puberty

Puberty is a milestone in life. For some children it is an exciting time as they move from childhood to adulthood. But for many, puberty is an emotional and somewhat scary transition, not just for those whose bodies are changing, but for the parents and educators who must prepare them for what lies ahead. When is the appropriate time to begin the puberty conversation? Marsh Media relied on recognized expert sources and ongoing discussions with school nurses and health educators to develop age appropriate programs on puberty. In a series of up-to-date video presentations, we give schools and families the tools to begin educating kids as young as 3rd Grade about the physical changes to expect during puberty. As students...

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