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Hair Loss and its Management in Children by Poh Tin Tan Posted Thu 26 Jan 2012 12:45am From Expert Review of DermatologyVibhu Mendiratta; Masarat Jabeen 01/15/2012; Expert Rev Dermatol. 2011;6(6):581-590. © 2011 Expert Reviews Ltd.AbstractHair loss in children can cause psychological stress to the parent and patient alike. Alopecia can be classified into congenital and acquired. Commonly encountered causes of pediatric alopecia (ti ... Read on »
Hair Loss Home Remedies - Useful Tips To Combat Hair Loss by kellyicy Posted Mon 09 Jan 2012 6:30am Do you want to combat your hair loss problem, but don't want to spend a ton of money on expensive products with negligible claims of their likely success? Chances are those products might not even work anyway. If you would like to avoid wasting your money on unreliable solutions and treatments, then you might want to consider some all natural hai ... Read on »
Stress And Hair Loss Or Stressed About Hair Loss? by Dr. Lawrence Kindo Posted Wed 29 Feb 2012 10:12pm Hair loss is one of those issues that can present at any age or stage in life. It is also something that can readily happen to both men and women. Though some hair loss is a direct result of medical condition, others are caused by the side effects of medication such as chemotherapy; some people suffer hair loss when they ... Read on »
Causes for hair loss in women, and tips for female hair loss treatment by rita359 Posted Mon 15 Oct 2012 4:04am A vast amount of women of all ages experience problems with hair loss before menopause, and a much larger percent after that, reaching to about 75% after the age of 65, which is why we are offering a perspective on the causes, as well as the various types of female hair loss treatments available. Apart of being purely cosmetic, this condition, ... Read on »
Professionals State That Hair Loss As Well As Hair Loss by humanhairyaki Posted Wed 31 Oct 2012 7:56am I know this 1 is questionable simply because many of us enjoy our braids with extra 26 inches clip in human hair extensions for cheap, weaves and wigs.When are extensions ok?Allow me to contradict myself to get a moment and state that employing extensions as a short term style to 'save' your 26 inch long clip hair extensions /mind from hurt is comp ... Read on »
Dealing with Hair Loss from Cancer Treatment by Health&Fitness GuideforDummies Posted Fri 24 Apr 2009 7:22am Radiation therapy causes hair loss only in the area being treated. For instance, if your lower body is being treated, you likely will lose pubic hair or leg hair. If your chest or a breast is undergoing radiation, hair on and under your arms will come out. If your head or neck is being treated, you likely will lose scalp hair, and you may also lo ... Read on »
HAIR LOSS THE HARD WAY by 4women Posted Wed 07 Dec 2011 2:04pm Hair loss is something that happens to us.  Be it a side effect of chemotherapy, a thyroid disorder, a hormone imbalance, or our immune system’s decision to attack our hair follicles, hair loss happens outside of our control.  What about hair pulling? I’m talking about trichotillomania (trich for short), an impulse disorder in which affec ... Read on »
Your Hair Style May Be Causing Hair Damage and Hair Loss by Medline Plus Posted Thu 11 Jul 2013 4:54pm Source: American Academy of Dermatology Related MedlinePlus Pages: Hair Loss , Hair Problems Read on »
Hair We Go Again: Menopause Hair Loss Revisited by Lynette Sheppard Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Sat 21 Apr 2012 8:04pm Sunny Day © lynette sheppard Well ladies, I have been using Avacor (active ingredient minoxidil – as in Rogaine) and I hate to get too excited, but I do think I see new little hairs at my temple (where I have the most thinning.) I will continue using it and keep you all posted. And my new friends at Avacor ( who gave me the free tri ... Read on »