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Pubic lice

Pubic lice are small, six-legged creatures that infect the pubic hair area and lay eggs. These lice can also be found in armpit hair and eyebrows. Causes, incidence, and risk factors Pubic lice ...

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Medical News Today: Psoriasis and Hair Loss: What's the Connection?

What are the symptoms of scalp psoriasis? Learn about the causes, risk factors, and triggers for scalp psoriasis and its connection to hair loss.

Atlanta Teen Survives Near Death Car Accident Causing Nerve Damage to His Scalp: What This Unique Creations Hair Restoration Specialist Did Yesterday is Awe Inspiring.

Nineteen year-old Video Game Developer Tavares Justice-Coleman who had a near death car accident was given a new lease of life yesterday with a men's hair restoration procedure conducted by Unique...

Rekze Laboratories Unveils Most Complex Hair Growth Stimulating and Anti-Hair Loss Line of Products

MIAMI, Aug. 4, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Rekze Laboratories LLC, a privately held-boutique company, has launched its first line of hair care products dedicated to stimulate hair growth and fight again...

Over 40 Million Americans Suffer from Hair Loss: New Salon's Hair Loss Treatments

In the United States, more than 40 million people, both men and women, suffer from hair loss and seek effective hair loss solutions. Advanced Hair Aesthetics, a new salon in San Diego, is offering in...

Human hair protein may replace DNA as key forensics tool

DNA analysis as a way to identify unknown individuals is useful in both forensic anthropology and bioarchaeology, but only if sufficient material exists to be analyzed. A new study suggests, however,...

New drug to fight fatal but neglected tropical disease

In a breakthrough for those infected by the parasites that cause sleeping sickness, a young Queensland researcher has identified a compound that kills the parasites in the lab without having any toxic...

Improved leg ulcer healing with hair follicle punch graft

(HealthDay)—For patients with venous leg ulcers, ulcer healing is significantly increased using hair follicle punch scalp grafts, according to a study published in the November issue of the Journal ...

Bats are transmitters of dangerous human infections

Tomsk State University zoologist Maria Orlova participated in an international research project dedicated to parasites of bats from Mexico and the Antilles. The study proved that both parasites and ba...

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Relative studies between hair index, hair area, and medullary index with age and sex in Thai scalp hair.

Human scalp hair is one of the most common trace materials found at violent crime scenes. Accordingly, scalp hair is critical evidential material in forensic investigations for identifying relations a...

Standardized Scalp Massage Results in Increased Hair Thickness by Inducing Stretching Forces to Dermal Papilla Cells in the Subcutaneous Tissue.

In this study, we evaluated the effect of scalp massage on hair in Japanese males and the effect of stretching forces on human dermal papilla cells in vitro.

Gender as a key factor in trace metal and metalloid content of human scalp hair. A multi-site study.

This multi-site study discusses the content of metals and metalloids (MM) in scalp hair of children, living in different environmental contexts, with the purpose of verifying if hair level of some MM ...

Color Doppler ultrasound of the scalp and hair.

Color Doppler ultrasound is an imaging technique that allows the study of frequent diseases of the scalp and hair. This examination provides anatomical and functional information in real time that can...

Hair Follicle Miniaturization in a Woolly Hair Nevus: A Novel "Root" Perspective for a Mosaic Hair Disorder.

Woolly hair nevus is a mosaic disorder characterized by unruly, tightly curled hair in a circumscribed area of the scalp. This condition may be associated with epidermal nevi. We describe an 11-year-o...

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