Skip to content

    Medical Reference Related to Hair Loss

    1. Alopecia Areata

      Alopecia areata is a common hair loss condition that seems to be related to immune system dysfunction. It appears as well-defined circular bald patches on the scalp, and can affect men, women, and children.

    2. Telogen Effluvium and Other Effluviums

      Effluviums are a certain type of hair loss condition. They affect different phases of the hair growth cycle. This article describes the definition, the cause, and treatments.

    3. Hair Loss Causes

      Hair loss - the medical term is alopecia - is a number of diseases caused by several factors. This introduction opens WebMD's guide, Help for Hair Loss.

    4. Hair Loss in Children With Cancer

      Learn how to help your child deal with hair loss that often comes with cancer treatment.

    5. Drug-Induced Hair Loss

      A surprising number of drugs cite hair loss as a side effect. This article lists some of these medications, by medical condition.

    Displaying 71 - 75 of 75 Articles << Prev Page 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

    Today on WebMD

    hair in hairbrush
    Ways to go about it naturally.
    Young woman with thick curly hair
    Causes and solutions.
     
    man with thinning hair
    How to keep the hair you have.
    Closeup of Hairbrush with Hair Loss
    Understand the basics.
     
    Mens Hair Loss When To Start Treatment
    Article
    A Dermatologist Talks About Hair Loss
    Article
     
    Rogaine And Propecia For Hair Loss
    Article
    Woman looking at thinning hair in hand mirror
    Video
     
    Balding man in mirror
    Slideshow
    Close up of comb in woman's hair
    Quiz
     
    Young woman with thick curly hair
    Slideshow
    hair problems
    Slideshow