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Month: October 2016

Alopecia Areata, A Complex Condition

Alopecia Areata, A Complex Condition Alopecia Areata, a condition in which hair falls out in small quarter-sized patches, is thought to be auto-immune in origin, but what triggers it, causing the body’s white blood cell’s to attack hair follicles, remains uncertain.  Although scientists suspect that the nearly 2 percent of Americans who experience alopecia possess a combination of genes …

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