As you age, your body experiences many changes, and your hair is no exception. Hair naturally changes in color and texture over time. To keep your hair looking good as you age, it needs special attention.
1 to 2% of Americans, mostly women, are chronic hair pullers. Recovery is possible with the help of healthcare professionals and a support network.
Your hair grows 4 to 6 inches a year. You’re desperate to grow out your hair. Is there anything you can do to speed up the process? Try these 7 tips to help your hair grow faster.
Many conditions can cause an itchy scalp, from dandruff to ringworm or something more serious like a bacterial infection or autoimmune condition. Learn about five common problems and fixes.
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If your hair is thin, falls out a lot or isn’t so luxurious, there is hair restoration hope. Try these six hair vitamins, hair growth supplements and topicals to heal damaged hair.
Nasal hair is not merely decorative. It serves a purpose. Learn more about nose hair and the wild kingdom it inhabits.
Finding clumps of hair in the shower or on your hair brush is actually pretty normal. But when you start finding fist fulls, when do you suspect it’s something more serious?
As we age, our hair eventually loses its color. Here dermatologist Wilma Bergfeld, MD, explains why, plus shares some fascinating facts about what does — and doesn’t — contribute to the process.
Over the years, some lice have evolved so that over-the-counter medicines no longer kill them
Before you lose your cool over lice, you should know there are many misconceptions about how lice spread and how they’re treated.