Eighty-five percent of men will experience significant hair thinning, or male pattern baldness to some extent, once they reach the age of 50. Male pattern baldness, to put it simply, is hair loss in males. Also called androgenetic alopecia, it is the most common type of hair loss that affects Read More
Male Pattern Baldness
What Is a Facial Hair Transplant and How Does It Work?
As boys come of age in today’s society, fathers teaching sons to shave is a rite of passage. It is during the onset of puberty, usually in the high school years, that those stray chin and upper-lip hairs usually begin to sprout on a boy’s face. Today’s stereotypical image of a “man’s Read More
New Published Findings Detail about a Medication with Potential to Treat Hair Loss
Those who suffer with less-than-stellar strands – whether attributed to alopecia areata or male pattern baldness – know the immense toll it can take on one’s self-esteem. There are a number of factors including heredity, hormones, and age that lead to hair loss. According to the American Hair Loss Read More