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A Family Affair

My dad always dragged me to business meetings. I remember one time in the seventies he had two visitors from Minneapolis come to see him. He was furious to find me not sitting in on the meeting. We lived above the studio back then and I was doing what every other 9 year old was doing – watching Gilligan’s Island. God he was mad. I can still hear him as he marched me downstairs where I would not contribute a squeak. “Don’t you know how much money we could make with these people?” Well, no, I didn’t. But I sat in on the meeting and listened while they talked biz stuff.

Enquiring Minds Want To Know – Viviscal

For the past few months The Hair Society has been noticing a lot of ads for hair restoration in various magazines and tabloid newspapers. I wondered if any of these products were successful but really couldn’t find any definitive proof. We decided to list the products that we saw advertized and to write a little […]

What a Trained Professional Looks for When Analyzing the Scalp

As a part of your training as a hair and scalp restoration specialist you should be aware of the following information when analyzing a client: Clients: Health Clients: Diet Clients: Daily Exercise Regiment Clients: Environment Possible Damage to Hair and Scalp (Physical, Chemical, Biological) Common causes for Physical Damage Shampooing Brushing Combing Rubber bands Rollers Heat Electric Tongs […]

Secrets To Curing Hair Loss Might Be Hiding In Our Immune System

Not only does baldness bring about aesthetic issues to the sufferer, it might also become a source of deep psychological issues and lowered self-esteem. Because of this, hair loss treatment has become a million-dollar business in the United States, and scientists work around the clock to come with a better hair growth solution than the current ones.

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How beehives could help battle baldness

By Walt Bonner Published December 16, 2014 FoxNews.com Hair loss sufferers may have to look no further than their local beekeeper for a cure. According to the American Chemical Society, scientists from Hokkaido University in Japan have recently discovered that propolis, a substance in beehives, encourages hair growth in mice. “I expect that propolis [fusion_builder_container hundred_percent=”yes” […]