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Alopecia is the medical term for "bald" or "hair loss." It refers to all kinds of hair loss, including male-pattern baldness (also experienced by women).
It is a common autoimmune disease that affects about 6.8 million people in the U.S., and nearly one-third of women experience it at some ...
Alopecia develops when your immune system attacks healthy hair follicles and causes the hair to fall out. However, scientists are unsure what causes this to happen.
Most people develop alopecia as children or teenagers, and half experience hair regrowth in twelve months. After that, the hai...
There are many treatment options, but not a universal cure.
Many people experiment with products they see in the store and on the internet. However, different types of hair loss require different treatments.
Board-certified specialists can perform a biopsy to diagnose the condition an...
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