Category Archives: Medical hair loss
In the March 2010 issue of O Magazine, the Beauty Gazette section tackles a difficult subject for women…hair loss. The article covers both the temporary and chronic causes of hair loss from childbirth and stress to menopause and alopecia. The … Continue reading
The American Hair Loss Association lists the medications that can cause hair loss (not including chemotherapy or those drugs used to treat cancer). Drugs are listed by the conditions they are prescribed to treat. Acne All drugs derived from vitamin … Continue reading
Boston.com Health Editor Judy Foreman gives an insightful answer to this question. Of course, wigs are also an easy, affordable option for beautiful hair.
The national media is debating reports that Alaska Governor Sarah Palin’s hair is thinning due to lifestyle stress. We aren’t going to speculate on Governor Palin’s supposed hair loss, but we do have thousands of customers who have lost their … Continue reading
Thank you Donna for your great letter. I’d heard about Paula Young years ago when my mom picked up a couple of wigs. She liked them during the winter, they kept her head warm. When I was told that I … Continue reading
This Boston Globe article profiles a young man with alopecia – the autoimmune disease that results in hair loss. There is a new federal bill introduced in congress, the Alopecia Araeta Medicaid Improvement and Parity Act, that would require Medicaid … Continue reading
When you tell people you’re in the wig business, they look puzzled as if they didn’t hear you correctly. And then inevitably you get a great story about how someone’s mother, aunt, sister wears a wig and loves how it … Continue reading