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- Even young people can experience hair loss — While hair loss can be upsetting at any age, premature hair loss can have a negative effect on the self-esteem of young people in the time of selfies and social media.
- Non-scalp hair transplants surge in popularity — A new member survey conducted by the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery shows that more people worldwide are seeking non-scalp hair restoration procedures.
- Shakira named female celebrity with best hair — World's leading hair restoration physicians named Shakira and Amal Clooney as the female celebrities with the most desirable locks, says the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery.
- New survey finds growing demand for proven hair loss treatments — Results of a new survey show more men and women are turning to hair restoration surgery as a permanent, natural-looking solution to combat hair loss.
- Three warning signs of hair loss that younger women should not ignore — Hair loss experts warn that subtle changes in the hair can signal early signs of hair loss in younger women that should be addressed before hair loss progresses.
- Survey finds hair restoration on the rise worldwide — Results released from a new survey of hair restoration surgeons shows men and women are going to great lengths on a global scale to restore hair loss.
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- John Mayer, Sofia Vergara voted best celebrity hair — Members of the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery (ISHRS) voted John Mayer and Sofia Vergara as having the most luscious celebrity locks in the hair society's 2013 Practice Census.
- Survey assesses celebrities with hair loss — Hair transplant surgeons chose Prince William as the celebrity whom they would most like to help restore a fuller head of hair as part of a new hair restoration society survey.
- Going bald is no longer hopeless — Hair transplantation is a time-tested plastic surgery procedure that can add hair to a balding scalp, leaving long-term results that are virtually undetectable.
- Stress, medical factors affect female hair loss — The risk of hair loss in women is affected by genetics, but also by a wide range of health and lifestyle factors, reports a study in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, the official medical journal of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS).
- More patients turning to proven hair restoration techniques — On its 20th anniversary, the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery (ISHRS) highlights advancements and potential breakthroughs in hair restoration techniques for both men and women who have experienced hair loss.
- Hair society maintains safety and effectiveness of Propecia — The International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery (ISHRS) maintains that the safety and effectiveness of Propecia (Finasteride 1mg) is backed by proven scientific data.
- Non-scalp hair restoration popularity grows — A recent survery found that more than 7% of hair restoration procedures in 2010 involved non-scalp areas, including the eyebrows, eyelashes and facial hair.
- Studies identify predictors for female and male hair loss — Two new studies of identical twins found that factors such as divorce, smoking, heavy drinking, heavy sun exposure and lack of exercise can be predictors for the risk of hair loss.
- Surgeons say Catherine Zeta-Jones, Patrick Dempsey have best hair — Catherine Zeta-Jones and Patrick Dempsey were voted as having the best celebrity hair and as part of the 2011 Practice Census of the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery (ISHRS).
- Today's results virtually undetectable, according to survey — According to a new online survey, most people could not identify a hair transplant in a series of photos between real patients and men and women who have not had hair restoration surgery.
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