Hair Loss News & Features
Hairy Moles May Contain the Cure for Baldness: Study
- Meet Rosie: She Inspires Other Kids With Hair Loss
Rosie Quinn was 2 when she started losing her hair. Now at age 8, she’s embraced being bald, and she helps other kids who’ve lost hair due to medical conditions.
- Product Picks for Thinning Hair
Learn which products to use or avoid to help you look your best and spend less time worrying about thinning hair.
- Hidden Causes of Hair Loss
If you're losing hair, the biggest question is why. Here's an in-depth look at factors that may contribute to hair loss, including lifestyle, heredity, and medical causes.
- Thinning Hair: Can Medications Help?
Don't give in to thinning hair. Medications are available that can help restore women's hair, too.
- Hair Loss: Tips for Coloring
Fight back - don’t let thinning hair sap your confidence -- or your style. Learn why your hair might be getting thinner, what products and medications can help, and tips for looking your best.
- How to Prevent Balding
Think there's no growing back? Not true -- here's what to do about balding.
- Natural Ways to Strengthen Hair
WebMD talks to experts about natural treatments for hair loss.
- Hair Replacement: The Next Generation
Today's options for hair growth have gone through a major evolution since 1952 when hair transplantation surgery was first pioneered.
- Coping With The Pain of Hair Loss
Hair loss and thinning hair can take a toll on a woman's self-esteem.
- The Sweet Hair After
There's been a revolution in biology. Armed with powerful new tools, scientists are learning how to read the complex chemical languages of the body, including how to coin new treatments for hair loss.
- Hair Transplants Not Just for Men
Vin Diesel, Shaquille O'Neal, Mr. Clean -- the bald male is accepted, even celebrated, in todays society. But a bald woman? Hardly. Double standard aside, help is on the horizon.
- The Future of Follicles
Science is inching its way to a cure for baldness.
- Male-pattern hair loss
Male-pattern hair loss is a genetic condition with no known cure. In the past there have been no legitimate treatment options, but now, with the introduction of Rogaine and Propecia, there's some hope.