Despite advances in science, there is still no known cure for male pattern baldness. Discover how two FDA-approved treatments can help mitigate the symptoms of hair loss.
Androgenetic alopecia is the number one cause of hair loss around the world, and over 50 million men experience this genetic condition in just the US, alone.
You’ve probably heard that if your mom’s side of the family suffers from hair loss, you will too. Well, that’s only half true.
From genetics to diet to stress to medical conditions and more, the causes of permanent and temporary hair loss are as diverse as the heads they affect.
Wondering how to stop hair loss before it goes any further? While there's no cure for male pattern baldness, minoxidil and finasteride provide two very safe and effective ways to help prevent further hair loss.
DHT, or dihydrotestosterone, is the male sex hormone responsible for male pattern baldness. Find out how DHT blockers like finasteride can stop hair loss
There are many causes for hair loss, so it’s important to seek medical treatment. Learn more from Dr. Jerry Shapiro, world-renowned hair loss expert.
Are you experiencing male pattern baldness? These signs may indicate that you’re experiencing hair loss.
Although there is no cure, there are FDA-approved treatments that can help male pattern baldness. Learn more from Dr. Jerry Shapiro, world-renowned hair loss expert.
Do we lose more hair in the summer? Do hats or sunshine cause hair loss? Allow us to debunk common myths, so you can go back to enjoying the weather.
Is it normal to shed hair every day? Find out how to identify the real signs of hair loss and how you can take action to prevent it.