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Dr. Oz and Dr. Roizen discuss their new book for teens on ‘GMA’

Tue, 07 Jun 2011 22:19:26 +0000

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(Best Syndication News) - Dr. Oz and Dr. Roizen have written a new book called, “You: The Owner’s Manual for Teens” and shared a few tips on ABC’s ‘GMA’ TV show today. The two doctors offered a few tips to improve the health of teens.

In the first part of the segment, Doctor Oz went to a school to answer questions for teens. Doctor Oz had his sixteen-year old daughter with him. The first question was about hair loss in teen years. Dr. Oz said there is medicine that can slow down the process. Another teen asked about dark circles even though she has plenty sleep and eats healthy. Dr. Oz said that is a sign of allergies and she should change her pillow to either a Hypoallergenic one or put a casing on the pillow. Doctor Oz surveyed the class about how much sleep they were getting at night. Almost half the kids in the class did not get at least 7 hours of sleep.

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Citalopram and Finasteride Recall announced because of label mixup says FDA

Sat, 09 Apr 2011 01:57:22 +0000

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(Best Syndication News) - The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced a recall for citalopram and finasteride prescription medications because the wrong labels may have been put on these bottles mixing the two of them up. Greenston LLC, a subsidiary of Pfizer, is the manufacturers of these two medications that involved in this recall.

The list of recalled citalopram and finasteride prescription drugs are as follows:

• Citalopram 10 mg Tablets (100-count bottle), lot number FI0510058-A

• Finasteride 5 mg Tablets (90-count bottle), lot number FI0510058-A

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Hair Loss Gene

Thu, 15 Apr 2010 04:18:40 +0000

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(Best Syndication News) Finally scientists have figured out which gene contributes to hair loss. Hair restoration is a multi-billion dollar business and a cure for male-pattern baldness has been a goal for various researchers.

Hair loss affects half of all men and 40 percent of all women by the age of 50. Researchers at Columbia, Rockefeller and Stanford universities have finally cracked the gene. Dr. Angela Christiano at the Columbia University started studying general genetics but about 15-years ago her hair fell out because of a rare autoimmune disorder.

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Cosmetic Surgery: Helps You Fight The Bald Spot

Wed, 16 Dec 2009 20:22:17 +0000

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If you’re losing your hair day by day, there’s no time like the present to do something about it. Hair replacement cosmetic surgery can help you get your hair back, and stop that ever-growing bald spot from taking over!

Like all types of cosmetic surgery, this replacement has its ups and downs. It’s also not for everybody. How do you know if you’re a candidate? Look at what you’ve got first.

Hair replacement cosmetic surgery works by taking your existing tresses and planting it where it’s needed. This means taking the tress from the sides and back of your head, and putting it up front or on top. This part is “bald resistant,” meaning it’s immune to the hormones that cause baldness. This is why almost all bald men still have the ring around the sides and back.

Your doctor will need to have a look at your scalp. The sooner you get the ball rolling, the better your chances of saving your hair. Let’s look at how the transplant procedure works.

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Hair Growth Methods – What Hair Replacement Options Are Available?

Tue, 08 Dec 2009 20:15:32 +0000

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In its early stages, there´s a greater chance of arresting hair loss. The key is to strengthen hair follicles or neutralize follicle-weakening enzymes in the body. But at its later stages, baldness may not be as easily addressed without expensive topical medication and maintaining the ceremonious rigor that attends them. In this case, the treatment may be more focused on hair replacement rather than hair regrowth.
But that doesn´t mean efforts can cease to slow down the thinning process. Unless you have given up all hope to restoring a natural head, both hair replacement and hair growth can be pursued with equal fervor. But for faster results, hair replacement can be your only choice.

How Hair Grows

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Hair Loss Caused By Stress

Wed, 02 Dec 2009 17:37:16 +0000

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Sudden intense stressful situations have been known to cause temporary hair loss. Under normal conditions, about 10% of hair strands enter the resting or what is medically termed as the telogen phase which in 3-4 months fall off. In the meantime new hair is growing to replace them. The problem happens when you suffer near traumatic or shocking stressful conditions which disturb the hairs growth rhythms that cause more hair to go into telogen and falls of more significantly than they are replaced. This hair loss caused by stress is medically termed Telogen Effluvium to describe this type of hair loss.

Stressful Conditions

These stresses that shock your hair growth patterns can result in 30% to 40% hair to go into telogen and fall out 3-4 months later. Some of these stressful situations include childbirth, surgery, intense fever as well as self-inflicted weight loss or crash dieting regimens. It often happens after the first bout of these stresses, like a womans first childbirth or the first major surgery. Second childbirth usually doesnt stress as much.

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Baldness Prevention - How To Treat Hair Loss Effectively?

Wed, 25 Nov 2009 17:44:16 +0000

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To effectively treat hair loss, there are a number of ways one can do and follow. Although, it is still the person´s responsibility to strictly follow the advised ways to effectively keep his or her healthy hair.

Healthy Lifestyle
Naturally, hair loss can be effectively treated by maintaining a healthy lifestyle. After all, human hair is managed by hormones. To men, it is testosterone. To women, estrogen.

Although biologically different, the key ingredient to maintain the hair´s health is through a number of natural ways.

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Male Hair Loss Prevention - How To Treat Hair Loss In Men

Tue, 17 Nov 2009 02:13:38 +0000

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Hair loss in men has become less of a liability as more and more personalities embrace this condition and even feel proud about it. However, one´s self-image is still affected by his hair´s condition. Knowing what induces hair loss is therefore a must to an image conscious man.

Men are affected by a number of genetic diseases the worsens hair loss. To effectively treat hair loss, one needs to be familiar first to its causes.

Alopecia Areata
One of the main causes of hair loss in men is alopecia areata. This condition usually starts with a smooth baldness, but regrows in six months without treatment. Alopecia also affect hair on other body parts like the beard. This condition is due to an autoimmune condition. The body attacks its own hair follicles. Often, this condition is due to stress. Alopecia can be cured by injecting steroids to affected patches stimulating hair growth. Oral steroids and ultraviolet light therapy are toxic and impractical.

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Hairmax Lasercomb offers Effective Treatment for Men with Hereditary Hair Loss

Tue, 27 Oct 2009 19:17:54 +0000

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Hereditary hair loss is a common problem for up to 80 million people in the United States alone, and causes great distress for many of those with the condition. Hair loss can cause people with hair loss to lack self-esteem and can diminish how people feel about themselves.

Hereditary hair loss is genetic and there are no permanent cures for except for surgical procedures such as hair transplants.

Until the clearance for marketing granted by the FDA in 2007 for the HairMax LaserComb, there were only two drugs approved for treating hair loss. These two products offer either limited results or in the case of Propecia® cannot be used by females. The HairMax LaserComb has been able to offer new hope in the battle against hair loss for hundreds of thousands of people around the world.

About the HairMax LaserComb

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Hair Drop Solution - How To Reduce Hair Loss Naturally?

Thu, 15 Oct 2009 04:32:51 +0000

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Natural remedies are rooted in herbal medicines and while many still have doubts about their efficacies, it is interesting to note that many over-the-counter and prescriptive drugs actually contain herbal extracts as active ingredients. Recent clinical studies have confirmed that many, if not all, of the herbal extracts used by many ancient herbalists in past civilization do possess active compounds that exhibit various curative and medicinal effects on various ailments of the body. They are now harnessed in pharmaceutical products in more convenient forms like pills, tablets, gels or liquids.

Treating premature hair loss is no special case and natural remedies from herbs abound that do a more cost effective job. Many will brush aside herbal medication as mere palliatives but if they exhibit properties that block or impair the action of the DHT hormone, then they are certain to protect hair follicles from weakening and thus, promote hair growth. These natural remedies can be mixed and blended in the form of shampoos, drinks, and food supplements that, when taken in the early stages of hair loss, can restore natural hair growth.

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Hair Regrowth Tips - Foods to Prevent Hair Loss

Thu, 03 Sep 2009 09:44:17 +0000

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There are probably a thousand different things you can do to prevent hair loss. Some people spend loads of money on hair regrowth products while others choose to go for a variety of home remedies to avoid this sign of aging. However, what a lot of people seem to neglect is the importance of what they eat when it comes to caring for their hair.

Based on scientific research, a healthy diet is also necessary to ensure the healthy growth of hair. For one thing, the vitamins and nutrients in certain food products are able to contribute greatly to the growth as well as the prevention of hair loss.

Eggs

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Hair Regrowth Tips - Foods to Prevent Hair Loss

Thu, 03 Sep 2009 06:02:24 +0000

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There are probably a thousand different things you can do to prevent hair loss. Some people spend loads of money on hair regrowth products while others choose to go for a variety of home remedies to avoid this sign of aging. However, what a lot of people seem to neglect is the importance of what they eat when it comes to caring for their hair. Based on scientific research, a healthy diet is also necessary to ensure the healthy growth of hair. For one thing, the vitamins and nutrients in certain food products are able to contribute greatly to the growth as well as the prevention of hair loss.

Eggs
The protein, vitamin B-12 and biotin present in eggs are essential in the promotion of healthy hair. Aside from being easy to prepare, a lot of recipes also make use of eggs so it wouldn't be difficult at all to include this particular food product in your everyday diet. Boiled, poached, fried, or any other style of cooking will do; eggs will surely be helpful in the prevention of hair loss.

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How to Stop Hair Loss? - Natural Vitamins to Help Hair Regrowth

Fri, 21 Aug 2009 06:27:50 +0000

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Hair loss is a natural occurrence in both the male and female genders. Although it is usually a hereditary condition, there is still no denying that a big percentage of individuals will experience some sort of hair loss towards the latter years of his or her life.

Aside from taking all those hair growth and baldness prevention products, there are other ways to help avoid hair loss. For one, you can always choose to live a healthy lifestyle by eating right. Below are some of the healthiest vitamins that can help the regrowth of thinning hair.

Iodine

One of the most important vitamins that help with thinning hair is iodine. However, it can't be just any other type of iodine; there is a specific type that particularly affects the growth of your hair. In fact, too much of the generic type of iodine can actually cause further hair loss. This is why you need to be very careful when it comes to taking this vitamin.

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Hair Loss Prevention - Understand The Nature Of Your Hair And Prevent Hair Loss

Sun, 09 Aug 2009 15:39:44 +0000

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The prevention of hair loss can be done in a variety of non-invasive ways; you just have to understand first the nature of your hair itself and the various ways that you can unintentionally harm it. From thereon, you can devise ways to protect your hair from unnecessary damage caused by bad hair habits, environmental exposure, etc.

The Nature Of Hair Bonds

There are three main types of chemical bonds responsible for making your hair more flexible during styling. These bonds are the hydrogen bonds, salt bonds and disulfide bonds. Now over the period of the whole day, these bonds tend wear off. There are some days that the weather itself interferes with the proper formation of these bonds, which is why some people experience "bad hair days" when the hairs just seem to follow no direction at all.

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Psoriasis Risk Factor For Diabetes Hypertension And Death – Harvard Study Links High Blood Pressure and Type-2 With Skin Disease

Mon, 20 Apr 2009 21:38:45 +0000

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(Best Syndication News) Psoriasis may affect more than the skin and may lead to high blood pressure and even diabetes. People with Psoriasis are at an increased risk for death, developing diabetes and hypertension (high blood pressure), according to Harvard Medical School Researchers.

Doctor Abrar A. Qureshi, M.D., M.P.H., of Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School, Boston compared women with psoriasis and women without it using data from the Nurses' Health Study II, a group of female nurses who were between the ages of 27 and 44 in 1991. The study included 78,061 women.

What is Psoriasis?

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Making The Upgrade to Natural Hair Loss Remedies

Tue, 07 Apr 2009 15:41:42 +0000

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As humans we're always looking for the newest form of things for the better of our lives. We often call these things "upgrades", and they are sometimes worth the time and investment.

This can even be said of something subtle as hair growth. If you're still stuck on one particular way of trying to regrow your hair, then maybe you need to switch or "upgrade" to something more effective.

Now I'm not saying if Product X isn't working then switch and try out Product Z. If anything I'm trying to help you to see that if you want to regrow your hair, then you must think outside of the box.

No better way in my opinion can this be done than by utilizing the incredible power of natural hair loss remedies. These little things can pack a real punch on the whole hair growth process. You just have to simply know what they are and how to use them for maximum benefits.

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Stop Hair Fall - 5 Secrets to get rid of Hair Loss

Thu, 26 Mar 2009 02:20:50 +0000

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If you want to stop hair fall, you must be serious. Beginning with what is hair fall to how to prevent or to stop it, you must be thoroughly guided. The hairs are kept on the scalp by their roots. Anything that makes roots weakened, they lose their control over the hairs and then they simply leave the scalp. So the first thing to do something about for to stop hair fall is take care of the hair roots.

There are many reasons that make hair to fall. Right from the heredity factors to malnourishment and from improper hygiene to carelessness, various factors affect the hair root, shaft and body and finally make them to fall from the scalp. If you want to stop hair fall, you should find out the cause. You may consult some health care provider in order to know the exact cause of hair fall.

Let us look at some basic but important tips on stop hair fall:-

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How to get rid of Hair Loss - Stop Hair Fall with 6 Tips

Thu, 26 Mar 2009 02:14:54 +0000

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The problem of hair fall or hair loss is not a new issue! Since centuries, hair fall has been an issue of a great debate among health care providers. They have been trying to come out with some sure shots that can help in finding answer of how to get rid of hair loss. On the market, there are currently plenty of products and supplements that assist you to prevent hair fall in one or the other way.

Let us look at some important basic ways to how to get rid of hair loss:-

Tip to get rid of hair loss #1: Treating hair loss depends upon the cause of it. There are many reasons why hair fall has happened to anyone. Depending upon the cause, the treatment is fixed. When it is because of malnourishment, the condition is treated accordingly. Vitamin E and vitamin C are said to have beneficial effects on hair fall and hence, in undernourishment, such supplements are used in several ways such as local/topical application and/or internal supplements.

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Hair loss treatment - Possible Solutions to Treat Hair Loss

Sun, 01 Mar 2009 08:22:49 +0000

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A certain amount of hair loss is considered to be quite a physiological routine but excessive loss is to be taken into account. Generally, we lose 60-80 hairs a day but more than that can be caused due to eczema, stressful conditions, alopecia, or a change in hormone levels. Hair Loss could be due to taking certain medications or during pregnancy, excess intake alcohol or nicotine or quietly because of tying the hair back too harshly.

Stress and Hair Loss

It has been observed that there is a link between stress, anxiety, depression, and hair loss. There are evidences based on clinical trials that suggest that people start to lose hair, anywhere from a few weeks to a few months once they pass through a severe stressful phase in their lives. Naturally, hair loss itself is frustrating so it is always unclear that what came first, a hair loss or stress!

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Dr. Oz Ultimate Health Checklist 2009 on Oprah’s Best Life Week on The Oprah Winfrey Show

Wed, 07 Jan 2009 02:24:57 +0000

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[Best Syndication New] Dr. Oz was on The Oprah Winfrey show for the Best Life Week. Oprah wants everyone to take notes on the show today that Dr. Oz provides. Today’s show was encouraging, because we got to see some success stories from past shows. There was also a lot of great practical information that Dr. Oz provided in the Ultimate Health Checklist for 2009 which was the basis of the show today. Dr. Oz along with co-author, Dr. Roizen have written several best selling books, the latest is "You: Being Beautiful."

The first story was for inspiration; Laura took the real age test on a show early last year. Her real age test was almost 60 (she is only 43) because smokes and doesn’t exercise. She has a lot of stress at work and at home. She has been smoking for 30 years. They showed her after the originally show that aired in February of 2008. They bring Laura back on the show today. In one year she has completely transformed her life. She has lost more than 40 pounds. Her new real age test is 41.7. She looked a whole lot healthier. Oprah had the cameras follow Laura to show what she does every day.

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