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Review of Topical Immunotherapy Alopecia Areata Hair Regrowth

Posted on August 13th, 2018 by Sarah, under Alopecia, Hair Loss | No Comments | Ask A Question

The most severe types of the autoimmune disorder Alopecia Areata are typically considered untreatable, given the treatments which are available have not shown themselves to be truly, consistently effective. Whilst Alopecia Areata treatment can be beneficial to the mildest form, which causes patchy hair lossto the scalp only, Alopecia Totalis and Alopecia Universalis, which cause baldness of the head and from […]

Hero Police Dog Develops Stress-Induced Alopecia Areata

Posted on August 12th, 2018 by Sarah, under Alopecia, Hair Loss | No Comments | Ask A Question

Stress is a well-established cause of hair loss in humans, but did you know it can have the same effect in animals? Following a sudden shock or trauma the hair growth cycle can become disrupted, often temporarily, resulting in sudden shedding and rounded bald patches developing due to the autoimmune disorder Alopecia Areata. Mojo the police dog There […]

‘How Do You Take Part in Clinical Hair Loss Treatment Trials?’

Posted on May 10th, 2018 by Leonora, under Alopecia, Hair Loss, Male Hair Loss | No Comments | Ask A Question

Name: Shaun Question: I am 33 and have been suffering with hair loss since my twenties and I have had two FUE treatments and currently on finasteride and using minoxidil. I was wondering how you are able to put yourself forward for testing of new JAK inhibitor products for the manufacturers? It’s something I would highly consider but […]

Male and Female Pattern Hair Loss Trial For JAK Inhibitor Drugs

Posted on April 30th, 2018 by Sarah, under Hair Loss, Male Hair Loss, Women's Hair Loss | No Comments | Ask A Question

Hereditary hair loss has affected vast numbers of men and women worldwide for centuries. Now, however, androgenetic alopecia – more commonly known as Male Pattern Baldness and Female Pattern Hair Loss – is becoming even more prevalent. Research findings combined with anecdotal evidence suggest the combination of an ageing population, and the strains of modern life – from stress […]

Seasonal Hair Loss Confirmed Via Google Trends Data

Posted on November 1st, 2017 by Mike, under Hair Loss, Male Hair Loss, Women's Hair Loss | No Comments | Ask A Question

The world of “big data” is proving itself to be of benefit in a multitude of fields, hair loss included. According to Google search trends, which – given the sheer volume of internet searches – can be extremely telling, there are distinct patterns when it comes to hair loss which suggest that seasonal hair shedding […]

Golfer Justin Thomas Butt of Hair Loss Joke During Northern Trust Open

Posted on September 9th, 2017 by Mike, under Hair Loss, Male Hair Loss | No Comments | Ask A Question

He may currently be rated the fourth best golfer in the world, but 24-year-old American Justin Thomas is already struggling with the hair loss condition Male Pattern Baldness – and his pals on the US PGA Tour know all about it. Thomas has been joking about his thinning locks for a while now, with some […]

UCLA Researchers Make Hair Growth Stem Cell Breakthrough

Posted on August 18th, 2017 by Sarah, under Hair Loss, Male Hair Loss, Women's Hair Loss | No Comments | Ask A Question

Research into what causes hair loss seems to be at an all time high. With an ageing and increasingly stressed global population, where the problem of genetic and/or lifestyle-related hair thinning is growing apace, finding new methods of preventing baldness has become a stated ambition of many pharmaceutical companies. Exploring the biological mechanisms that contribute to different hair loss conditions […]

Could London Fitness Fanatics Be Risking Hair Loss?

Posted on April 9th, 2017 by Sarah, under Hair Loss, Male Hair Loss, Women's Hair Loss | No Comments | Ask A Question

One of the upsides to the prevalence of social media is its role in encouraging people to get into fitness activities – and share photos of them doing so, of course. As a result, a March 2017 poll by Hammerson found that almost 70 per cent of Londoners admitted to being ‘style conscious’ about how they […]

Adipose Hair Growth Injection Treatment Trial for Pattern Hair Loss

Posted on November 2nd, 2016 by Mike, under Hair Loss, Male Hair Loss, Women's Hair Loss | No Comments | Ask A Question

Eight people are being recruited in the US for a new Floridian trial into the use of modified body fat as a possible treatment for genetic hair loss. The trial, which is being overseen by the University of Florida, is certainly not the first to investigate the idea that re-injecting “growth factors”, taken from body […]

Could 3D Printing New Follicles Solve Hair Loss Problems?

Posted on October 7th, 2016 by Mike, under Hair Loss, Male Hair Loss, Women's Hair Loss | No Comments | Ask A Question

As eye-catching stories go, the BBC’s recent article about hair care and cosmetics company L’Oréal working with another French firm to try and tackle hair loss takes some beating. In a nutshell, beauty giants L’Oreal want to try and use a laser to 3D print living hair follicles. 3D printing’s application in the world of science and […]