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 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 »
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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 »
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What Is Alopecia in Women?

Alopecia in women, also known as female pattern baldness, is hair loss caused by hormones, aging and genes. This permanent and usually mild-to-moderate hair loss is not well understood.Drug Treatme... Read More »
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What is alopecia totalis?

Alopecia totalis is a subtype of a condition called alopecia. Alopecia refers generally to hair loss of the scalp or body, while alopecia totalis refers specifically to a total loss of hair on the... Read More »
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