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Ancient Herb’s Hair-Loss Secret

July 22, 2015 by  
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Over the years, scores of women have come to me with a problem they find extremely embarrassing. They’re losing their hair. Most are panicked to have this “man’s problem.” I understand. It’s not easy to lose your crowning glory. It can be emotionally and psychologically devastating. What’s worse, many of them have been frightened by […]

She Had The Hair Of An Elderly Man

December 23, 2011 by  
Filed under Hair Care

My patient S.W. wanted me to look at her cholesterol results.

Her doctor told her they were concerning.

But I ended up finding something that was much more concerning to me, and to her.

In examining her, I parted her hair to look at her scalp. I saw a problem I see much more often than I used to. She had very thin, sparse hair with a bald scalp that would remind you of an elder male.

Fight Gray Hair with 4 Superfoods

December 15, 2011 by  
Filed under Hair Care

Why do some people start seeing gray hairs in high school while others have a bright head of hair well into their golden years?

The answer is a mix of genetics, age and overall health — with a few other factors thrown in.

Here’s what could be causing those silver strands to crop up…

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