About Hair Loss
Hair loss is one of the common problems among all of us. All hairs are shed at the end of their growth cycle, so some degree of hair loss is normal. If you have excessive hair loss, it makes sense to first understand the possible causes. There are many possible causes of hair loss, however most hair loss is normal, and part of each person's genetic program.
Commonly used name for this type of hair loss is male or female pattern baldness:-
Male pattern baldness: Is characterized by a receding hairline, and moderate to extensive loss of hair, especially on the crown area.
Female pattern baldness: causes an overall thinning of hair on the head, and a moderate loss of hair on the crown or at the hairline.
Latest Publication and Research on Hair LossGenetic analysis of interleukin-1 receptor antagonist and interleukin-1ß single-nucleotide polymorphisms C-511T and C+3953T in alopecia areata: susceptibility and severity association. - Published by PubMed
Proteomic analysis of balding and non-balding mesenchyme-derived dermal papilla cells from androgenetic alopecia patients using on-line two-dimensional reversed phase-reversed phase LC-MS/MS. - Published by PubMed
Gingko Biloba Extracts Protect Auditory Hair Cells from Cisplatin-Induced Ototoxicity by Inhibiting Perturbation of Gap Junctional Intercellular Communication. - Published by PubMed
Lead, mercury, and arsenic poisoning due to topical use of traditional chinese medicines. - Published by PubMed
Study of Frontal Hairline Patterns in Spanish Caucasian Women. - Published by PubMed