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  • Full Article on MetroWestDailynews (Dec. 11, 2007) regarding the fact that women experience hair loss too. Dr. Feingold shortly discusses some statistics about hair loss in women, possible causes due to physical or emotional situations, medications, and offers two solutions. One is to use a medication called minoxidil; the other solution is to endure hair transplantation. He recommends that it is essential to establish its cause before beginning any regimen or treatment.
     

  • Brief Article on WorcesterNews (Dec. 10, 2007) about a bighearted girl donating her hair to charity. Rosie, of eleven years old, decided to cut her hair and donate it to Locks of Love. She reached such conclusion after her cousins had previously made such donation, in addition of being an act of pure generosity.
     

  • Full Article on Fox21news (Dec. 3, 2007) about students donating hair for a good cause. Kind students and faculty at St. Mary’s High School in Colorado Springs turned to organization Locks of Love (an institution who collects hair to make wigs for ill children dealing with hair loss).
     

  • Full Article on DailyHerald (Dec. 2, 2007) regarding women getting to the root of hair loss and seeking advise and remedies. The first step in female hair loss is to establish its possible cause (which in many instances happens to be hormonal or stress related), then approach to follow is to research for solutions varying from Rogaine, Propecia (not so recommended), cortisone shots or topical creams, laser therapy, to hair transplants (costs in $5000 range).
     

  • Full Article on AmericanChronicle (Nov. 29, 2007) debriefing some home remedies for hair loss and tips to regrow hair. Some interesting ingredients like lettuce and spinach juice, Indian gooseberry, amaranth, coconut milk, margosa tree leaves, lime seeds and black pepper, onion juice, and pigeon pea paste are mentioned in this hair loss article.
     

  • Full Article AmericanChronicle (Nov. 29, 2007) on hair loss treatment options. This article states few choices available for people dealing with condition; those incorporated are hair transplantation (be sure to find an experienced and respected physician/surgeon, and ask lots of questions and do your research beforehand), prescription medication (like Propecia and Rogaine), and Revivogen. At the end, it is best to carry on with whatever suits you best since not all treatments have the same effect; it varies from one individual to the next.
     

  • Full Article AmericanChronicle (Nov. 29, 2007) on herbal hair loss treatments. Some herbs like amla, tulsi, basil, bringraj, yasthi madhu, henna, brahmi, and neem are concisely disclosed.
     

  • Full Article on Msnbc (Nov. 27, 2007) recommending solution for women dealing with hair loss. Dr. Judith R, describes the normal phases a strand of hair must follow (growing and shedding), the possible causes of hair loss, and points out a few medications which side effect could include hair loss such as heparin, interferon, accutane, altace, klonopin, valporoic acid, acyclovir, lupron, cyclosporin, naproxen, paxil, Zoloft, and effexor; also a topical solution for treating female hair loss (called minoxidil) is referenced. Her final advice, after ruling out stress and/or hormonal imbalance as a cause for female hair loss, the individual should contact doctor to determine if changing medication (if taking any) would address the issue or further tests/examinations are needed.
     

  • Full Article on WashingtonPost (Nov. 19, 2007) about fighting hair loss. After citing the principal causes of hair loss (Androgenetic Alopecia and Telogen Effluvium), some solutions are briefly presented such as hair transplantation, Rogaine and topical Minoxidil (both 2% and 5%), Finasterine or Propecia, and HairMax comb.
     

  • Full Article on Reuters (Nov. 19, 2007) regarding a study on smoking and their different effects between Asian and Caucasian men. The research included the survey of 740 men who were about 65 years old in average and smoked around 20 cigarettes a day. In the report of such study (published November 07 on Archives of Dermatology), it was concluded that smoking men demonstrating hair loss were more prone to the condition progression. And that comparing both ethnicities, Asian -Taiwanese-men risk of androgenic alopecia was lower than of Caucasian men.
     

  • Full Article on AmericanChronicle (Nov. 18, 2007) mentioning natural treatments utilized to prevent and stop hair loss. Among the most relevant ones stated writer Dr. John Anne are a healthy diet (foods rich in silica and iron minerals), saw palmetto, biotin, vitamin B5, aromatherapy (cedar wood, thyme, lavender, and rosemary), ayurveda (mix of herbs), and traditional Chinese medicine (kidney tonic).
     

  • Full Article on AmericanChronicle (Nov. 18, 2007) briefly discussing some causes for hair loss. To mentioned a few are heredity factors, hormonal imbalances, major illness, medication, and internal (underlying, perhaps not known) diseases. It is wisely advised that individual suffering from severe hair loss contact a professional/medical attention soon.
     

  • Full Article on OnMilwaukee (Nov. 12, 2007) clarifying the aspect of free human-hair wigs for ill children of a non-profit organization named Locks of Love. After investigating in detail, a hair donor has second thoughts about providing hair to such charity organization since they claim that most of hair collected is not to their standards (short, dyed, or gray in its natural color), therefore not usable so Locks of Love have no choice but to sell it. In addition, they still charge a fee to families of sick children to receive wigs. The Samaritan mentioned in this article decided to donate to other organization called Pantene Beautiful Lengths.
     

  • Full Article on ScienceDaily (Nov. 12, 2007) debriefing how everyday stress could relate to physical and psychological responses affecting skin, hair, and nails in individuals. Moreover, people suffering from hair loss due to stress are advised to seek professional (medical) help, and also to avoid diets in which only a few foods are included.
     

  • Full Article on Newswire (Nov. 5, 2007) about a discovery linking an enzyme to hair loss. Rani Cruz, a graduate student made public the news that granzyme B, an enzyme playing an important role in the immune system, may also be directly connected to hair loss and in the aging process.
     

  • Full Article on AmericanChronicle (Nov. 4, 2007) on inexpensive natural hair loss remedies. The writer, Dr. John Anne, explains why some natural hair loss remedies (like green apples, omega 3 fatty acids, capsicum, rosemary, and ginger) could be effective and also inexpensive to many consumers.
     

  • Full Article on Dailytarheel (Oct. 29, 2007) on a college student donating hair to Locks of Love. Chase Martin had it first on a priority list to help others by cutting 10 inches of his hair as donation. This non-profit organization gives hairpieces to children suffering from hair loss due to alopecia or cancer. He remembers the event as a pleasant rewarding experience.
     

  • Full Article on News24 (Oct. 27, 2007) on being bald and beautiful. This article has many point pointed information directed to men suffering from hair loss, from hair growth basics, to hair loss causes, to solutions and treatments (the author is inclined towards laser therapy). But one main point is agreeable, the earlier you start any treatment the more hairs you are able to keep.
     

  • Full Article on AmericanChronicle (Oct. 24, 2007) on home remedies and herbal treatments for hair loss. Among some of the home remedy ingredients discussed are fenugreek, egg yolk, mustard seeds, coconut milk, rosemary leaves, amla oil, red pepper, safflower oil, aloe vera, dong quai, and saw palmetto.
     

  • Full Article on AmericanChronicle (Oct. 24, 2007) about hair loss causes and guides to healthy hair care. The writer exposes some causes of hair loss (pregnancy, genetic, hormonal imbalance, illness and infections, improper nutrition). Also, he includes protein as an important element of a nutritious diet, as well as scalp massage to prevent (and perhaps cure) hair loss.
     

  • Full Article on AmericanChronicle (Oct. 22, 2007) on primary causes for hair loss. Dr. John Anne explores into more depth the possible causes and factors related to hair loss in individuals. Heredity, major illness, hormonal dysfunction, medication, infection or health conditions, psychological stress, and ultimately inappropriate hair care are listed as the main reasons for both male and female hair loss.
     

  • Brief Article on JCB (Oct. 22, 2007) about hair follicle research. After experiments in mice, researchers found telomerase length directly associated with ability of epidermal (skin-related) cells to rally out of hair follicle place, as a consequence skin and hair growth may be ruined and unable to naturally follow their course.
     

  • Full Article on ABClocal (Oct. 17, 2007) on hair loss treatments for women. Sylvia Perez, a medical and health reporter and co-anchor newscast for Chicago ABC news, talks about some alternatives and solutions for women suffering from hair loss. She points out laser therapies for about $4000 a year, Rogaine $40 a month, Propecia (a prescribed drug) $60 a month, and hair transplant $10000.
     

  • Full Article on AmericanChronicle (Oct. 15, 2007) on vitamin deficiency as a cause for temporary hair loss. Since hair follicles need specific vitamins to continue their normal and constant growth and regeneration, it is essential to include an adequate of some nutrients and vitamins such as A, C, B6, B12, folic acid, fatty acids, biotin, zinc, copper, iron, and protein in your diet.
     

  • Full Article on AmericanChronicle (Oct. 13, 2007) giving hair care tips and some remedies to avoid hair loss. This article is mainly targeted at women. It concisely describes the life cycle of hair strands including hair shedding phase and possible hair loss causes. Among the remedies mentioned to keep a healthy hair includes: use of castor oil, egg white, glycerin, use tea or water from cooked rice while washing hair, apply gooseberry and milk paste on head.
     

  • Full Article on NYTimes (Oct. 9, 2007) on the myth that chlorine in pools might cause hair loss. After several studies was determined that even though chlorine did cause some discoloration of hair, it did not make hair fallout. Using a chlorine-removing shampoo and/or conditioner was advised.
     

  • Full Article on PR-GB (Oct. 7, 2007) regarding thyroid problems as a cause of hair loss. This brief article shortly explains about hair loss and introduces thyromine, a medicine used to rectify such thyroid disorder.
     

  • Full Article on AmericanChronicle (Oct. 3, 2007) on hair loss natural remedies. The author Dr. John Anne, discloses the importance of consulting a dermatologist or specialist for determining the individual cause of hair loss. After knowing the exact cause, then various solutions are approached: from drug-related, to cosmetic, to natural treatments. He writes into depth about these latter ones including saw palmetto, ginseng, rosemary, horsetail, jojoba Oil, lavender, aloe vera, and henna as a natural herbs to treat hair loss.
     

  • Full Article TheNewsDispatch (Sep. 30, 2007) on students and employees at Westville Middle School, who cut and donated their hair for Locks of Love and Pantene Beautiful Lengths organizations. The first give out donated hairpieces to children under 18 suffering from a long-term hair loss medical condition. The second extends hair donations to HairUWear, who then make wigs to be allocated by American Cancer Society.
     

  • Full Article FreePressReleases (Sep. 27, 2007) on Spencer Kobren from The American Hair Loss Association recommending Farrell Hair Replacement Company to his listeners on radio program.
     

  • Full Article Financevisor (Sep. 22, 2007) regarding the addition of new member for national sales and service program due to increase of consumer demand for Low Level Laser Therapy employed in hair restoration. Sunetics International elected Elizabeth Ashe-Lucas, a former Merck & Co. senior executive and specialist in hair loss treatments, to lead its National Account Executive Department.
     

  • Full Article MedicalNewstoday (Sep. 20, 2007) about the launching of a new website destined to women dealing with hair loss by providing hope, acceptance, and support; it is called Women’s Hair Loss Project.
     

  • Full Article VenturaCountyStar (Sep. 17, 2007) on a different hair donation charity organization called “Gift-of-the-Magi”.  Other popular organizations mentioned are Locks of Love, Pantene Beautiful Lengths, and Wigs for Kids. Perhaps, such non-profit organizations could be a little more firm in detailing requirements so less hair is disposed for not obliging to requirements. For example, highlight that gray hair is not acceptable, and maybe extending the length of donated hair an extra inch to be admitted guarantee.
     

  • Full Article OurSportsCentral (Sep. 10, 2007) on Riverkings Team and Wilson Perry Salon and Spa joined forces to help a great cause thanks to Locks of Love and their wig services. Stylist with the salon will free of charge cut hair of team fans who donate 10 inches or longer hair. Recipients are children from Le Bonheur Children’s Medical Hospital.
     

  • Full Article SpiritIndia (Sep. 10, 2007) on general information for hair fall (loss), dandruff, alopecia (baldness) along with some natural home remedies as well as homoeopathic medicines for their possible treatment.
     

  • Full Article TheTimesofIndia (Sep. 6, 2007) on hair as a barometer and the price it has to pay while we enjoy a modern lifestyle.  Among some of the reasons involved with hair health are stress, fashion, weather, water to wash, smoking, diet, and heart problems.
     

  • Full Article AmericanChronicle (Sep. 2, 2007) on the best possible products for hair loss. After a brief discussion on the causes, recommendations, and natural solutions, Provillus is the hair loss product advised by writer to use while treating hair loss and maximizing hair re-growth.

     

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