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Hair Today, Not Necessarily Gone Tomorrow: Putting An End To Baldness

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Submitted by MiaB

While I was a teen of the 80s my heart, for some strange reason belongs to the 60s and 70s. In fact, since “childhood” I seemed to have “a thing” for bell sleeves, bell-bottom pants and guys with long hair (though I prefer a clean-shaven face). In fact, it wasn’t until some famous faces such as Mr. Pitt and Mr. Grew out their lock, that they become appealing to me. Yet, many of my closest friends find attraction in totally clean shaven men, including their heads, in the likes of Mr. Willis and Vin Diesel. And, dh and I have two friends who’ve been sporting the Mr. Clean look since their early to mid-twenties when they lost most of their hair. But, that didn’t stop them from finding some pretty hot wives.

Sorry ladies, but baldness may just soon be a thing of the past, at least according to recent finings that suggest a “cure” for this “condition”.

Recent research (at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine) reveals findings noting that mice with deep skin wounds are capable of growing new hair.

Scientists note that they demonstrated wound healing that spurred an embryonic state in the skin, making it prone to receiving instructions from wnt proteins that aided in hair-follicle development.]

Prior to this experiment, it was believed that adult mammal skin was incapable of regenerating hair follicles. In fact, experts believed that mammals had no regenerative qualities at all, but now they note that even the liver can regenerate in large portions, provided that part of the original liver remains.

And, they add that this latest study revealed that science can influenced wound healing with wnts or other proteins that foster healing of the skin in a less invasive way with less scaring and that includes normal skin structures, such as hair follicles and oil glan

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