Neonatal Alopecia?

Answer Neonatal alopecia or infant hair loss is normal and usually nothing to worry about. However, certain medical conditions can cause infant hair loss.

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Are there any new treatments for alopecia areata or alopecia universalis-eyebrow and head hair loss?

I don’t know if there are any new hair loss treatments but there are existing alopecia treatments that you may not know about. Consider checking out a website that reviews hair loss treatments ... Read More »

Alopecia in a Cat?

Feline alopecia is broadly defined as hair loss in cats. The alopecia may affect the cat's entire body or it might be localized in a certain area, and there are a number of different causes. Learni... Read More »

DNCB & Alopecia?

Alopecia areata is a skin disease that produces hair loss. According to the National Alopecia Areata Foundation (NAAF), it affects about 4.7 million Americans. Total hair loss on the head (a. total... Read More »

Is alopecia contagious?

According to MedicineNet, Alopecia (hair loss affecting the scalp) is not contagious. Autoimmune disorders are thought to be the cause of this condition. Because it commonly runs in families, it is... Read More »