‘Selfies’ blamed for spike in head lice cases

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DENVER -- The popular trend of teens taking group selfies might be leading to a more rapid spread of head lice.

A woman who runs head lice treatment centers in Chicago thinks because the teens put their heads together when taking selfies, there is a rise in cases of head lice.

Jeremy Hubbard has more details in the video report.

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