Hair loss which is also known as Alopecia can affect your scalp or all other parts of your body. Most people are aware of hair loss related to the scalp only but only a few know of it affecting the other parts of the human body. Alopecia can be temporary or permanent.
One of the armed robbers who have been smashing people's vehicle's glasses on the GIMPA stretch near Legon in Accra has been arrested by the police. Good work, Ghana Police according to Michael Dokosu. Information reaching Accraisback News has established the identity of Richard Bofor, the man arrested in connection with an attempted robbery after he attacked the driver of a Nissan Pathfinder with registration number GE-8088-11 on the GIMPA- Fiesta Royale road in Accra.
See Photos of Chimpanzee without hair trending on Social Media Though this is not the first I have seen a Chimpanzee without hair. In India, there is one called Guru which the Doctor Krumar said was suffering from Alopecia. Guru was at Mysore Zoo, and had lost practically all of his body-hair. After treatments, Guru was unable to recover its hair back. It was a frustrating experience for the Chimp. The same scenario is akin to this chimpanzee whose Alopecia (Hair Lose) could be as a result stress or Trauma.
Will Smith just won his first Oscar for his performance in King Richard, but you probably don't know of that achievement. What you do know of is the altercation between him and fellow star Chris Rock at the 94th Academy Awards. Chris Rock was at the receiving end of a very unexpected slap from Will Smith after the former made a joke about Jada's haircut for the ceremony.
Funnyface is a comic actor who is known and loved by many Ghanaians. He made his breakthrough when he starred on Tv3's chokor trotro as chemu.He has since featured in many other TV series in the country. Sadly,Funny has gone through a lot these past years.From dramatic divorces to battling with depression. His latest battle has to do with his hairline.Hair makes one look more attractive. Hair is an asset to both men and women.Many go to several extents to save their hair from an awful end.However,a willingly
Alopecia is a medical condition whereby a person loses hair. The one suffering from the disease might have all the hair on his or her body. A Ghanaian lady who is suffering from alopecia has shared her experience on television today 12th August 2021. She shared her experience in the Ghana Broadcasting Corporation.
Hair loss can in a way be frustrating to some individuals but it is a natural ordeal which sometimes occur naturally. The medical or scientific name for hair loss is alopecia. Common balding(androgenetic alopecia) which occurs in men and women is due to the effect of testosterone metabolites in genetically susceptible hair follicles. Hair loss is a normal condition which affects people at a certain time in their lives. Causes Of Hair Loss In Males And Females A couple of health conditions can cause the los
Most people especially some Ghanaians are of the view that stress is necessary to make life complete. This is produced when the events of life, whether physical or psychological, are greater than the ability to cop. This means life with its consumerism and competitiveness brings a degree of complexity, imbalance that dangerously affects all areas of life. Individuals experiencing intense stress run the risk of suffering from serious illness such as; Stroke: Damage of the brain from interruption of its blood
There are certain health conditions that can cause you to lose body hair. Here is a list of some of them. 1. Hormonal imbalance. Women may lose hair when the have the condition; Polycystic ovary syndrome. This is a health condition that can affect your hormone levels such that you will begin to experience the male pattern of hair loss. However, there will not be complete baldness as is seen in men. 2. Autoimmune disorder. Alopecia areata is an autoimmune disorder where your immune system attacks the hair follicles
Alopecia is an Autoimmune disorder that affects both men and women of all races. There are seven types of alopecia caused by different factors. Alopecia Totalis, Alopecia Areata,androgen Alopecia and Alopecia Universalis are some of the types of alopecia. Among the types of alopecia, androgen alopecia is the most common which occurs in 50-55 percent of me and probably about 40 percent of women all through the age of menopause.