Since the inception of Instagram in 2010, the selfie epidemic has grown rapidly. You scroll thru your news feed every morning only to see close up pics of your friends faces (in the best lighting of course). However, could this selfie craze be responsible for spreading lice?
Lice experts at SFist.com are reporting that the idea of people touching their heads together in order to jam into the same picture is causing head lice to be spread at a faster rate than normal.
Ha… really! I remember in school all the little dirt bag kids bringing bugs in the class room but we didn’t have the dangers of selfies when I was in school. That’s right, I just said “dangers of selfies”, you’re welcome. -@BusterRadio