Lice Facts and brochures about lice. Head lice, body lice and pubic lice live on humans. Les på norsk Information about head lice Pest control guidance Published 19.02.2020 Head lice Information about lice infection, symptoms, treatment and measures in schools and kindergartens Show more Brochures and other publications Information note Published 02.02.2018 Head Lice (brochure in several languages) Information in Albanian - Arabic - Dari - English - Farsi - French - German - Nynorsk - Polish - Russian - Sami - Somali - Spanish - Tigrinya - Urdu Show more Facts about other lice Pest control guidance Updated 18.04.2016 Facts about body lice Body lice (Pediculus humanus) are one of three lice types that can live on humans. The other two are head lice and pubic lice. Body lice keep mostly to clothes and move on to the body to suck blood. Pest control guidance Updated 18.04.2016 Facts about pubic lice Pubic lice (Pthirus pubis) are one of three types of lice that can live on humans. The other two are head lice and body lice. Pubic lice occur in Norway, but are rare. Show more Related topics Theme Infectious disease control in childcare and school Information and advice for parents and staff in child care centres and schools. Theme Ticks and tick-borne diseases Advice about tick-borne infections, protecting yourself against bites and vaccination. Guidance Pest control guidance The Guidance provides information and advice about prevention and control for over 150 pests. Some of the chapters are translated to English and can be found here.