Hair Loss

  1. Baldness (Alopecia)

    Baldness is usually most noticeable on the scalp, but can occur anywhere on the body where hair grows. The condition is more common in men than in women.

  2. Hair Loss

    Hair loss is believed to be primarily caused by a combination of factors, including aging, changing hormones, illness, and family history.

  3. Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow

    Half of Americans experience some degree of hair loss. Hair loss affects both men and women, but with different results.

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