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Who Benefits from LLLT?

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If you’re suffering from hair loss, you’re not alone. Both men and women fall susceptible to some form of hair loss, although in different patterns and degrees of severity. Fortunately, there are treatments for all sufferers who lack confidence due to a thinner mane, regardless of patient’s gender or the pattern of hair loss at hand. Hair loss and gender: Why it matters Male...

Genomic Research on Hair Loss

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A new genomic study of baldness coming out the University of Edinburgh has identified 287 genetic regions related to hair loss. This study is significant because before this study only a few genetic regions were known to affect hair loss. Now we know that the genetic predisposition is more complicated than previously thought. What’s also significant here is that the study was quite large...

Do At-home Laser Therapy ‘Domes’ Work?

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Hair loss professionals often hear the question: Does laser hair restoration really work?Hair loss treatment products, like the Capillus272® and the Theradome, are receiving more media attention than ever before. From hair stylists to dermatologists and hair loss physicians, it seems everyone has something positive to say about laser hair therapy. Despite such widespread and positive feedback, however, it can be very difficult to...

The Truth About Vitamins That Prevent Hair Loss

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Thinning hair or balding can be a result of a nutritional deficiency. Vitamins assist in cell regrowth and repair, so without them, the appearance and health of your hair can suffer. The following vitamins are directly associated with hair loss: Vitamin E Vitamin is an an antioxidant essential for tissue repair. Spinach, kale, almonds, hazelnuts are just a few examples of natural foods rich...

The Best Thanksgiving Foods for Your Hair

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The Best Thanksgiving Foods for Your Hair November is the month for Thanksgiving in the United States. While you’re having fun with your friends and relatives, take note that several traditional Thanksgiving foods are good for your hair, too! Pumpkin and Pumpkin Seeds. Last year, we talked about this in detail. The pumpkin flesh has several nutrients essential for hair growth, and pumpkin seeds...