Diet Tips for Healthy Hair

Healthy diet is very important for hair growth and development. If the body does not get enough nutrients or is poisoned with the excess of such unhealthy products as alcohol, salt, and tobacco, it will cut the supplies in the least important places like hair and nails.
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Hair Loss in the U.S.

From the beginning of times people were suffering hair loss. It can be called in many different ways: androgenic alopecia, telogen effluvium, alopecia areata, etc. All depends on the primary reason that caused hair loss. Some people panic when they start experiencing this problem, but they should understand that they are not alone.
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Gene Therapy as the Future of Hair Restoration

The most common type of hair loss, pattern baldness, is a hereditary problem. With almost 100% guarantee a person can say if a parent experienced some kind of hair loss, the child will have it too. Various treatments can help in slowing it down, but they cannot completely eliminate the problem. This is where various future technologies come in handy. One of them is gene therapy.
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Hair Loss and Nutrition

Although healthy eating turned into some sort of fashion in recent years, millions of people still stay on unhealthy fast-food meals because this kind of lifestyle is easier, cheaper, more available and comfortable. Ancient Indian science says, “We are what we eat”, and it is an absolutely true statement.
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The Connection between Smoking and Hair Loss

Only a century ago smoking was in great favor. For many decades doctors used tobacco in treatment of numerous diseases, royal families believed that nothing could eliminate headaches as well as tobacco, noble people were gathering together to have talks and smoke cigars, and those who could not afford cigars used to chew tobacco which was cheaper. Time went by and now smoking is blamed for almost any trouble of the mankind. Many studies have proven negative aspects of tobacco use: it leads to various forms of cancer, heart and lung problems, coughing, bad breath and even hair loss.
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