...researchers say there is potential for developing a treatment that
can be applied to the scalp to prevent baldness and possibly help hair
This is the result of some new research at The University of Pennsylvania. The article cited refers only to male baldness, so I don't know if it is applicable to women or cancer patients, but I wonder how such a treatment might affect your life.
It has been a popular trend to shave heads recently, do you think this new discovery might put an end to that "look"? Would you use it or encourage your spouse to do so?
If it isn't going to be prohibitively expensive, and they can show absolutely zero bad side effects, then yeah. I never thought baldness was a bad thing. I still don't. But then I'm not the one dealing with it either. If the treatment works out to be a truly good thing, and if going bald is a real issue, then I'm all for it.
They don't know the side-effects yet. It could be.
Aw geez.....I've been cultivating the Ben Franklin look for over three years now. Don't tell me I was going for the wrong style!!
Ron Popeil solved that problem years ago.
I always wondered if that ran when it rained...or when you sweated.
Only one way to find out for sure. Let me know how it works out for you.
We don't need this product...yet.
I've been shaving my head for years.
What does it say on your driver's license for 'hair color'?
By the way, not ALL skinheads are racist.
and not all racists are skinheads.