male hair loss and mental health

Every June marks Men’s Health Awareness week; a time to raise awareness of common health issues that impact men and encouraging them to seek treatment. One of the main issues that plague men across the UK is hair loss. Considered a natural yet devastating part of ageing, male hair loss is thought to affect approximately […]

alopecia areata in children

Over the last decade, rates of alopecia areata in children have steadily increased. According to new research, the number of paediatric alopecia areata cases have practically doubled since the previous decade. So, what is alopecia areata and what is causing the rise in cases? Discover everything you need to know below. What is paediatric alopecia […]

Is menopausal hair loss reversible?

During the menopause, women often experience a range of unpleasant side effects. Hot flushes, and mood swings are two of the most well-known symptoms that can impact confidence and quality of life. However, one symptom that isn’t talked about enough that can also be detrimental to a woman’s mental health is menopausal hair loss. In […]

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