A cure for baldness may have been found In Japan: big relief for those dealing with baldness. While no treatment can revive hair growth, this brilliant research is promising new products within 10 years.
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For the most part, hair loss is a natural medical condition caused by aging and genetics and affects 2 out every 3 men by the time they reach 35. But if it happens to you, how will you cope with it? Here’s the latest on hair loss that you need to know that may help you decide to whether be more like Donald Trump or more like Bruce Willis. And, the biggest myth about Finasteride.
Hair loss is a big issue, nobody wants to lose something that is such a big part of who they are and their image. Here’s a list of what may be causing your hair to fall out and the top three vitamins for women that help with hair loss.
Canadian researchers have found evidence that finasteride and dutasteride can increase your risk for depression. Here's what you need to know, and some natural alternatives that can restore your hair growth.
Prescription drugs used to treat men's hair loss and enlarged prostate could have unintended side effects that were never reported in clinical trials.
Researchers have found drinking a lot of alcohol can change the brains of adolescents.
Do you have unexplained hair loss? According to some consumers involved in a class action lawsuit, this popular hair product is to blame for female hair loss.
A new study has found that use of certain nutrients can result in a significant improvement in women who suffer with female hair loss. Hair loss affects up to 40 percent of the female population and more than half of women older than 50.
Is your hair receding around the temples? Do the parts in your hairline reveal more scalp than they used to? According to The Doctor Oz Show, hair loss can be a symptom of disease that you can reverse with some simple steps that will regrow your hair and boost your health at the same time.
For people who are faced with unwanted hair loss (alopecia) such as in cases of male pattern baldness, researchers have recently reported their findings that the glaucoma drug “Bimatoprost” can actually cause human hair to regrow as demonstrated in both mouse and human scalp skin cells.