National Hair Loss Awareness Month – 5 Consumer Tips

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Over 80 million Americans (including 30 million women) suffer from hair loss, but many aren’t aware of the new treatment options available to them. Since August is National Hair Loss Awareness Month, international hair loss pioneer Alan J. Bauman, M.D. encourages consumers to become more educated about the many treatment advances now available, how to choose a qualified doctor, how to be proactive about the health of their hair and how to avoid wasting their money.

Hair loss is a treatable medical condition and no one should feel ‘doomed’ to a life of baldness.

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Resolved to lose weight in 2015? Here are five bad strategies to avoid

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 Is your New Year’s resolution to lose weight? Here are five bad strategies to avoid, according to Dr. Aaron Michelfelder of Loyola University Health System:

Bad strategy No. 1: I’ll lose weight at the gym.Working out is good for your health and can help to maintain your weight. But exercise alone is not very effective in shedding pounds. To lose weight, you will need to eat fewer calories.

Bad Strategy No. 2: I’ll have to dramatically change my diet. A radical change is not necessary. A more effective strategy is to simply cut back a few Read the rest

Does Laser Hair Removal Hurt? And Is Safe?

By PC. Luis Quiroz Ravines

Only In the United States, takes place every year over 1 million laser hair removal treatments and is one of the most popular non -surgical cosmetic treatments worldwide . Women throughout their lives consume days, weeks and months trying to get rid of body hair using depilatory wax, shaving or other methods. Laser hair removal offers a solution to this problem. But Does Laser Hair Removal Hurt? You will find the answer in this article.

Laser hair removal is so widespread today is practiced in salons, spas, medical offices and is the most popular cosmetic Read the rest

A 2-Minute Walk May Counter the Harms of Sitting

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With evidence mounting that sitting for long stretches of time is unhealthy, many of us naturally wonder how best to respond. Should we stand up, or is merely standing insufficient? Must we also stroll or jog or do jumping jacks?

 

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new study offers some helpful perspective, suggesting that even a few minutes per hour of moving instead of remaining in a chair might substantially reduce the harms of oversitting.

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Temporary Alopecia By Chemotherapy New Hope

By PC. Luis Quiroz Ravines

When you walk down the street and sees a woman with the head fully covered is an unequivocal sign that the lady has lost her hair as a result of recurrent chemotherapy treatments to combat cancer.

This is a devastating situation for women and also for men and the psychological and social effect is tremendous.

But these dramatic pictures may end. There is the project called Rapunzel that prevents hair loss during chemotherapy using very cold caps.

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How to lose weight, in 3 deceptively simple steps

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Just be incredibly hungry, obsessively track the scale, and exercise more than you thought possible!

It’s January, the season of resolutions! How fun.

One of the most common New Year’s resolutions is to lose weight and get healthy. What an admirable goal. We all want to be our best selves, don’t we? Losing weight can seem like a daunting task, but it’s easier than it looks.

There is even an entire industry built around helping us lose weight. There are fad diets (Atkins, Paleo, juice fasts, I did a cabbage soup diet in high Read the rest

Scientists finds secret to ‘feeling no pain’ in life

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Scientists at University College London (UCL) have found the recipe for painlessness in a study that used genetically modified mice to show a channel responsible for allowing pain signals to pass along nerve cell membranes is vital to feel agony.

In 2006, it was shown that sodium channel Nav1.7 is important for signalling in pain pathways and people born with non-functioning Nav1.7 do not feel pain.

UCL researchers found that mice and people who lack Nav1.7 also produce higher than normal levels of natural opioid peptides. To examine if opioids were important for painlessness, the researchers gave naloxone, … Read the rest

Incredible Health Secret

By PC. Luis Quiroz Ravines
Natural Health Specialist

The secret you are going to learn is the key to your body develops a healthy environment, able to repel most modern diseases and even prevent cancer.

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Seeking New Treatments For Hair Loss In Women

Hair Loss In Women

By PC. Luis Quiroz Ravines

Persistently researchers try to find new medical options to successfully treat hair loss in women, a condition that is increasing every day and that overwhelms many women.

If a woman suspects or notice hair loss, before resorting to any remedy for hair loss available on the market, see a doctor, which in this case is the dermatologist.

Hair loss in women can be a warning sign of more as thyroid disease or hormonal abnormality, which is why the dermatologist should get early and accurate diagnosis of hair loss.

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Early Research With Drug Restores Hair in Patients With Alopecia

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SUNDAY, Aug. 17, 2014 (HealthDay News) — A drug used to treat a rare type of bone marrow cancer restores hair in patients with an autoimmune disease that causes hair loss, a new study found.

Columbia University Medical Center researchers found that the drug ruxolitinib (brand name: Jakafi) restored hair growth in a small number of patients with alopecia areata, a disease in which immune cells destroy hair follicles.

Alopecia areata can occur at any age and affects men and women. Patients typically lose patches of hair on the scalp, but may also lose facial and body hair. … Read the rest