Images of head lice are available online on the University of Nebraska-Lincoln website. A slide show containing pictures of head lice is also featured at Healthline. More »

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Lice and nits can be identified when an affected individual experiences itchiness on certain parts of the body where lice are commonly found, such as on the scalp; nits (the insects' eggs) may be visible on hair shafts o... More »

Lice and nits are visible to the naked eye, so parents can spot them by parting their child's hair and carefully examining each section with a fine-tooth comb and magnifying glass, KidsHealth states. Children may also sc... More »

Kill head lice and eggs with a medicated shampoo, lotion or cream rinse, as recommended by Kids Health. However, do not expose children under the age of 2 to medicated shampoos. Instead, remove lice and eggs from wet hai... More »

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Identify head lice in your hair by looking for adult lice or eggs with a magnifying glass, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Live lice are difficult to find and may require a medical profession... More »

Alcohols such as vodka combined with other ingredients are an effective, non-toxic alternative way to kill head lice, according to Sustainable Baby Steps. LiceWorld.com notes that head lice have gained tolerance toward s... More »

Images of scabies are available on health sites such as WebMD, Mayo Clinic and Healthline. Scabies occurs when scabies mites burrow under the skin, creating red raised bumps, notes Healthline. More »

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