“The Power Cut” is the hot, young look that everyone from executives to athletes have been sporting.
It is a well-known fact that chemotherapy can cause people to lose their hair. But what if your anti-depressant or blood pressure medication caused you to shed your luscious locks? CBS4’s Cynthia Demos looks at the links between common medications and hair loss.
Two words that don’t seem to go together are children and cancer, but sadly each year cancer affects about 13 thousand children in the United States.
It’s estimated 35-million men and 21-million women are affected by hair loss. What’s more staggering is the money spent each year on hair loss products, $176-million in 2009 alone. Now, there’s a new device on the market, it’s a hat for hair loss.
A grieving mother is warning others about a popular medication, taken by millions, that can cause devastating and long term side effects.
For many cancer patients, especially women, losing your hair during treatment can be devastating. However, there’s a clinical trial underway for a device that may spare the hair.
Tens of millions of people struggle with thinning and balding problems, but thanks to the latest technology for hair growth, they might not have to.