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Hair loss is common in females too

Roughly 25 million American women are affected by hair loss which can be caused by genetic disorders cancer treatments, thyroid disease, menopause, crash diets, pregnancy and extreme stress. Wigs and hair extensions can greatly improve how a person feels about themselves and thus they are able to lead a more normal life.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by Business Week

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About: Hair loss is common in females too

Date: 28 January 2005

Source: Business Week

Author: Olga Kharif

URL: http://www.businessweek.com/smallbiz/content/jan2005/sb20050128_6138.htm?chan=sb&sub=familyowned05

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