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Bald head bad health

...ith no hair loss, men whose crowns were completely bald had a 36% greater risk of having a coronary event,...ay be inherited together and they recommended that bald men should be monitored more closely for heart problems....

New Study Offers Hope For Balding Men

A single protein has helped bald mice to get fur on the body, says a new study that offers hope for balding men. Catherine C. Thompson and colleagues at Johns Hopkins University School// of Medicine in Maryland studied a gene known as Hairless, which encodes a protein that is essen...

Swiss Researchers Isolate Hair-Raising Stem Cells

...xciting potential and could be the answer to every bald individual's prayers....

Scientists Seek New Ways To Grow Hair On Bald Pates

...making inroads from the front. Sure, some men say bald is beautiful. And others can smear on minoxidil (R... covered places that already had hair, rather than bald spots. "We didn't want to create these weird and wonderful patterns on their head," Kemp said. "It...

Cancer Survivor Gives Birth To Baby Girl

...n life, but spending the first year of my marriage bald and infertile was not something that I'd considered. Thanks to Fertile Hope my husband and I are hopeful that we will have our own biological child in the future. One day, I will get to sit across the table from one or two small children and watch th...

The Bald Truth: Men Better to Cut Short Thinning Hair

...h a receding hairline during puberty followed by a bald spot on the back of the head. Soon, only a fringe ...Hoffmann. Men can calculate their risk of going bald by looking at the heads of their forefathers. "The maternal grandfather is the key," says the doctor...

Carriers With Alzheimer's High Risk Gene Type Age Normally Until the Disease Strikes

...ve an additional hereditary factor that makes them bald at an early age." Source-Eurekalert MST...

World Largest Hair Congress Convene in Vancouver

...also researching whether implanting the cells into bald heads can generate hair growth....

Sienna Sizzles in Wet T-shirt to Spread Global Warming Awareness

..., for actress Hilary Swank is reportedly set to go bald and donate her hair for a wig for female cancer patients....

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