Female hair loss can occur for a number of reasons, and can be a distressing experience for many.
Balding and hair loss could be caused by pollution, according to a new study. Scientists exposed cells from the base of hair follicles and human scalps to both particulate matter (PM) and diesel particulate - and after 24 hours the amount of
Scientists believe they could be on the cusp of finding a treatment for balding, and it's all down to sandalwood.
Hair loss is unfortunate no matter when you experience it. For the study, researchers analyzed seasonality and hair loss by looking at Google Trends data from eight different countries. “This is something that we’ve observed in clinical practice for a long time,” Gary Goldenberg, M.D., assistant clinical professor of dermatology at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City, who didn’t work on the study, tells Yahoo Lifestyle.