Last fall, the Daily Mail reported on the results of a poll of women that showed 1/3 of participants reported thinning hair, 3/4 of whom blamed life and work stress on the condition of their hair. A sixth of the women said they had experienced hair loss by their 30th birthday, while 8% reported losing their hair by the age of 25.
Philip Kingsley, a celebrity hairstylist who worked on Aubrey Hepburn’s hair, says more women are losing their hair than ever before. Fewer of women go completely [...]
(NaturalNews) Nearly all mass shooters in recent memory share two things rarely pointed out in the media: bowl-cut hair styles and wild-eyed hollow stares.It's all in the eyes and the hair, it seems, as you can see in the photo compilation below, showing the haircuts and wild... [...]
(NaturalNews) Polar bears in the southern Beaufort Sea region of Alaska have suffered a surge in hair loss, according to a survey conducted by researchers from the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) and the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, and an Alaskan veterinary pathologist, and... [...]
In India, hair is traditionally seen as a sign of strength and beauty, which is why many people of the Sikh faith leave at least part of their hair uncut. However, unlike in the West, the hair and scalp are oiled first before washing in India. This simple, inexpensive treatment just involves massaging 1-2 tablespoons of coconut oil (it can be diluted) into the scalp and through the hair, which is then left for an hour or even overnight.
So why coconut oil? There are several other oils recommende [...]
A woman’s hair can operate like a canary in a coal mine, signaling danger. When hair begins to thin, it is often the first sign of an underlying imbalance or deficiency that, if not addressed, can significantly undermine good heath in a big way. Chances are good that when hormone imbalances are successfully addressed, hair will begin to re-grow and again look and feel the way it once did.
About two-thirds of all women experience hair loss (which is considered a dermatological disorder) at s [...]
(NaturalNews) Since the beginning of recorded history, apple cider vinegar has been used as an effective medicine to remedy a wide variety of ailments. The ancient Greek physician Hippocrates, for instance, was known to treat his patients with apple cider vinegar and honey for serious... [...]
(NaturalNews) The concept of superfoods emerged on the radar of health and beauty experts just a few short years ago. Remarkably, in that brief period the hidden benefits of several common food products came to light. Coupled with scientific research and the trend toward organic foods... [...]
Many women are satisfied with a great haircut or color from their local salon, but the chemicals used to make you look beautiful just might be causing unknown harm to your body. What’s more, these chemicals are not only hurting you, but the salon professionals who help you look your best, as well. A new report from Women’s Voices for the Earth (WVE) on the health impacts of chemicals found in salons explains why you might want to alter your beauty regime.
The report, titled, Beauty an [...]
(NaturalNews) Enjoying a healthy diet on a regular basis not only helps the body function internally but can help it be at its best outwardly. For example, dry skin or brittle nails not only end up acting as a source of embarrassment for some but also may be indicators that underlying... [...]
(NaturalNews) An ancient Chinese medical text quotes the following: "When blood is exuberant, the hair is moist, sleek and lustrous".The blood is the hair's food. So there must be an abundant quantity of high quality, pure blood to feed the hair. There must also be strong circulation... [...]
An herb indigenous to China, widely used for gynecological ailments while also treating both men and women for fatigue, inflammation, anemia, and high blood pressure, has now been shown to regrow hair by halting apoptosis (suicide) of cells.
Angelica sinensis, commonly known as dong quai, is full of phytochemicals including coumarins, phytosterols, ferulate, polysaccharides, and flavanoids.
Also known as Chinese Angelica, the herb belongs to the same plant family as celery, parsely, carrot [...]
(NaturalNews) The Obama Administration and, in particular, the biased and politically charged Obama Justice Department, will go to any lengths to boost Democratic voter rolls with illegal immigrants, using every means -- legal and otherwise -- to cater to them, usually at the expense... [...]
(NaturalNews) Saw palmetto (Serenoa repens) is a small palm native to the southeastern United States and is characterized by its sprawling trunk and large, spear-like leaves. The plant bears dark red, olive-sized berries that have a long history of use as both a food and medicine... [...]
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(NaturalNews) Blackstrap molasses has been receiving a lot of attention in the natural health world of late, and for good reason. This nutritious grade of molasses, which is the thick, syrup-like byproduct of the sugar cane refinement process, is absolutely packed with essential minerals... [...]
Scientists have been analyzing samples of hair that are said to have originated from the elusive cryptid. Oxford geneticist Bryan Sykes made headlines... [...]
As a hairdresser, sore feet aren’t the only occupational hazard. A new study suggests hair stylists who use more permanent waving products or light hair dyes have more cancer-causing compounds in their blood. The World Health Organization already considers hairdressing a “probable carcinogenic” career, as stylists have a higher risk of bladder cancer. This most recent study could help explain why.
According to Reuters, the researchers looked at 300 hairdressers, 32 women who used permanent [...]