Alopecia

Prescription Medications and Hair Loss

Medications and Hair LossIf you see a lot more people wearing purple on March 26 than usual it’s because “Purple Day” is another name for Epilepsy Awareness Day. Epilepsy is a chronic condition that involves recurring, unprovoked seizures, sometimes caused by a brain injury or family genetics, but sometimes the cause is unknown. [Read more…] about Prescription Medications and Hair Loss

Autoimmune Disease and Hair Loss

Autoimmune disease caused hair lossAutoimmune diseases are a grouping of more than 80 chronic diseases, which are frequently debilitating and sometimes life-threatening. The National Institutes of Health estimates that up to seven percent of the population – that’s up to 23.5 million Americans – have an autoimmune disease. [Read more…] about Autoimmune Disease and Hair Loss

Organ Donation and Hair Loss

National Organ Donor DayAfter genetics and hormones, which are factors in male/female pattern hair loss, illness and medication side effects are key factors in hair loss. With National Organ Donation Day coming on February 14, it’s a great time to examine the role of organ transplants in hair loss – as a possible future treatment. [Read more…] about Organ Donation and Hair Loss

Facts About Traction Alopecia

Traction AlopeciaAlopecia is the medical term for hair loss, but it can come in many forms. The most common form of hair loss is androgenetic alopecia, which is more commonly known as male (or female) pattern baldness. Another very common form of hair loss is traction alopecia, which means hair loss as a result of tight hairstyles that pull on the scalp. Traction alopecia is reversible if it doesn’t go on too long, but it can become permanent if the signs are neglected or ignored. [Read more…] about Facts About Traction Alopecia

What You Don’t Know About Cancer and Hair Loss

Woman with hair loss from chemotherapyAfter male/female pattern hair loss, cancer is a very well-known reason for hair loss. But is it really? What people think they know about cancer and hair loss isn’t always based on facts, and there’s much the average person doesn’t know but should. So, let’s start unraveling the myths and filling in those gaps. [Read more…] about What You Don’t Know About Cancer and Hair Loss

Coronavirus Safety

We at RHRLI have decided to do our part to help slow the spread of coronavirus/COVID-19 by briefly closing our office.
We are still available to answer questions. We are also doing complimentary phone and virtual consultations.
None of our patients or staff team have had any symptoms nor have they tested positive. We will reopen on April 20th, depending upon circumstances at that time.
We appreciate your understanding and look forward to helping you achieve your hair restoration goals for the upcoming summer!

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