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Cooling Cap for Chemotherapy Patients Help Save Hair Follicles

Hair loss is ranked the most troubling side effect of treatment for women. Most patients undergoing chemotherapy, lose some or all of their hair as a side affect to the treatment.

Comments (0)POSTED BY: ISHRS DATE: 11.03.2014

Hair Loss & Innovations - Cutting Edge Research Part 2

New findings from research help explain why hair loss happens (ie. specific gene/hormone carried by individual).

Comments (0)POSTED BY: dr.nilofer DATE: 10.20.2014

Excision Of Bald Scalp Utilizing Tissue Expansion Or Extension

Although hair transplantation alone is by far the most common method of hair restoration utilized in modern times, excision of bald scalp after either tissue expansion or scalp extension can play a very useful and important role in hair restoration as well.

Comments (0)POSTED BY: ISHRS DATE: 10.08.2014

Healthy Foods that bring nutrients for Healthy Hair

Most everyone is familiar with the saying “garbage in, garbage out” for better health but do they follow that rule? The ISHRS is a promoter for healthy eating as your hair and scalp are greatly affected by what you ingest (or lack).

 

Comments (0)POSTED BY: ISHRS DATE: 09.29.2014

Celebrity Hair Loss

Perhaps no where else in the world is one's appearance tied to their profession quite like Hollywood. And for male and female celebrities, the right hairstyles can shape careers and set the latest trends.
 

Comments (0)POSTED BY: Dr Craig L. Ziering DATE: 07.28.2014

Hair Restoration in African-Americans

Surgical hair restoration in blacks is similar in most respects to surgical hair restoration in whites and other ethnic groups. Blacks with hair loss should have no hesitation in consulting with a hair restoration doctor.
 

Comments (0)POSTED BY: Dr. D Yates DATE: 07.22.2014

BODY HAIR TRANSPLANT

There are many different sources for body hair. These include anywhere from the nape of the neck down to the top of the toes. These also represent many different types of hair. The variations are characteristic of the source.

Comments (0)POSTED BY: Dr John P. Cole DATE: 07.07.2014

Alopecia in black women: are more black women suffering hair loss?

Female hair loss occurs in all races. However, recently Dermatologists reports African American women in particular seem to be a growing trend. Why is that?

 

Comments (0)POSTED BY: ISHRS DATE: 06.11.2014

Hair Restoration and the Scarred Scalp

Baldness (alopecia) secondary to certain dermatologic diseases or scalp injury and subsequent scarring is called cicatricial or scarring alopecia. In medical terminology a scar is called a cicatrix.
 

Comments (0)POSTED BY: hairflap DATE: 05.19.2014

Understanding the cost of treating hair loss

Depending on the treatment a physician recommends, most patients use more than one treatment option. 

Comments (0)POSTED BY: ISHRS DATE: 05.15.2014

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