Alopecia

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Pattern Baldness

Male and Female Pattern Baldness Explained

Hereditary Pattern Baldness occurs in specific patterns in both males and females and is a persistent and progressive condition, however, supportive treatment or measures can help control the amount of...
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Alopecia Areata

How Many Types of Alopecia Areata Are There?

Alopecia Areata (AA) is a very common hair loss condition that is said to affect about 7 million people in the USA alone. It is the second most common cause...
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Frontal Fibrosing Alopecia

What is Frontal Fibrosing Alopecia?

Frontal Fibrosing Alopecia (FFA) is a patterned form of scarring hair loss that occurs along the frontal hair margin. It is characterized by band-like scarring hair loss with signs of...
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Hypotrichosis

What is Hypotrichosis?

Hypotrichosis is a rare form of hereditary hair loss in which there is little to no hair growth on the head (including eyebrows and eyelashes) as well as on other parts of...
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What is Traction alopecia?

Traction alopecia is a form of non-permanent alopecia, or gradual hair loss, that results from a continuous physical damage to the hair shaft. It is frequently caused by hairstyles that produce a...
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Alopecia Areata in children under the age of 4

Hair loss is a fairly common condition that sadly does not exclude children, and can also affect very young minors, even those under the age of four. Although for a young child,...
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Does sleep quality have an impact on Alopecia Areata?

There can be many reasons behind a person’s hair loss. Everything from an hormonal imbalance, to vitamin deficiencies to certain lifestyle factors such as exercising, medications, alcohol or drug abuse...
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Cicatricial alopecia and chemical hair straightening

Cicatricial alopecia and chemical hair straightening

Hair is one of the most attractive features in a person’s physical appearance, and yet, throughout history, it has also been the part of our body we have most tortured...
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