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in Cambridgeshire,K. analyzed data from 20 previous studies of treatments that kill lice through physical means such as lotions that suffocate the insects but do not kill eggs They didn’t include insecticide treatments because lice across the United Kingdom have developed resistance to standard drugs Burgess says leading more doctors to try a brute-force approach that does not rely on insecticides The data from 1895 patients revealed cases in which technicians found newly hatched louse nymphs on the 14th day after treatment began even though the second scalp application had occurred 7 days before “Some [nymphs] had emerged only an hour or two before checkingâ€� Burgess says To rule out cases where reinfestation from another child had occurred or where a few adult lice had escaped treatment he excluded cases with lice that appeared older than the number of days since the last treatment Nearly two dozen cases remained—enough to verify that a handful of nits can outlast standard treatment protocols Burgess reports in an upcoming issue of Medical and Veterinary Entomology Although the treatments themselves may play a role a person’s scalp temperature is likely to be the most important factor in how long it takes eggs to hatch Burgess says Location and hairstyle matters too: Lice develop faster at warmer temperatures so they will hatch more quickly when laid on the warm thick hair at the nape of the neck than on the thinner hair on top and in front of the scalp The analysis is the most rigorous yet to quantify louse hatching times says Rich Pollack a public health entomologist at Harvard University “It should be considered by those who are trying to make a management treatment decisionâ€� Pollack says observing that just a small number of patients are likely to need a third dose New oral insecticides may render the question of hatching times moot Pollack notes Those drugs now available by prescription in the United States are up to 85% effective at killing lice and eggs with one dose sparing parents from dousing a squirming child’s scalp multiple times By Sofia Menchu EL RODEO Guatemala (Reuters) – Stunned Guatemalans near the Fuego volcano on Friday buried relatives and friends killed in its most violent eruption in four decades after dangerous flows of ash rocks and toxic gases in the morning prompted panicked locals to evacuate At least 109 people were killed by a massive eruption on Sunday that buried villagers in scalding ash gas with some dying later in hospital from their burns A series of blasts since have spewed more deadly fast-moving pyroclastic flows down the slopes but have not caused more casualties since authorities have evacuated most residents Nearly 200 people are still missing after Sunday’s blast and many family members assume they are dead On Friday afternoon the Garcia family buried five relatives who died in the eruption that sunk many homes in brown ash "I sometimes think that this is like a dream but this is the reality" said Concepcion Garcia a farm worker as he helped bury his brother at a cemetery in Escuintla near the volcano’s base The family from nearby San Miguel los Lotes was accustomed to hearing the rumbling of the volcano whose name means "fire" so initially brushed off the noise of Sunday’s eruption he said Authorities later admitted they were late in warning locals to flee In two of the canyons where flows have accumulated columns of ash rose as high as 19700 feet (6000 meters) according to a Friday morning statement from Guatemala’s volcanic institute "The (flows) carry hot vapour including fine particles similar to cement two- to three-meter (65- to 10-foot) diameter rocks and tree trunks dragged out by the current" the statement added The flows sparked panic among rescue workers still in the area as well as volunteers and police Search and rescue efforts were formally suspended on Thursday due to hazardous conditions though authorities said they could resume if the situation improves "If the search is not going to be continued (authorities) should send us help because even if it’s just bones we want our families back" said Eufemia Garcia 47 a housewife She estimated 50 members of her extended family are still missing Along a closed highway that connects the towns of El Rodeo and San Miguel los Lotes two of the towns badly affected around 25 people many with picks and shovels waited to resume the search for the missing The US government said it was sending emergency aid at Guatemala’s request while Mexican authorities sent doctors to help survivors with severe burns at least seven of whom in critical condition were transferred across the border into Mexico While Hawaii’s Kilauea’s volcano has produced extremely hot and relatively slow moving lava flows which have engulfed hundreds of structures but allowed people to evacuate Guatemala’s Fuego ejected much more dangerous pyroclastic flows which kill everything in their path because they travel so fast and so far (Additional reporting by Carlos Jasso; Writing by David Alire Garcia and Julia Love Editing by Rosalba O’Brien and Sandra Maler) This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed which rarely exceeded $5000. 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