Male Pattern Baldness

Losing My Hair: If I'm Not Bothered, Why Are You?

Lee Williscroft-Ferris | Posted 07.08.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Lee Williscroft-Ferris

Going bald was always a foregone conclusion for me. From a young age, I was aware that I had inherited most of my physical traits from my maternal family. Whereas my father's side was blessed with voluminous mops of thick, black hair and olive skin, all three of my mother's brothers and my grandfather were (and obviously still are) bald as coots.

Bald Men: Another Victim Of The Patriarchy

Scott Manley Hadley | Posted 16.12.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Scott Manley Hadley

White men are on top. But not any white men: Nigel Farage, Boris Johnson, Donald Trump and Bob "Literature" Dylan have one thing in common besides their gender, race and sexuality: they all have hair, or constantly pretend they do.

Hair Loss Sufferers Run Higher Risk of Prostate Cancer?

Spencer Stevenson | Posted 30.11.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Spencer Stevenson

Several incorrect media articles over the last few days have been published stating middle-aged men with a certain balding pattern are at an increased risk of developing aggressive prostate cancer than men with no baldness. Well, this is highly inaccurate in my opinion and unfortunately caused a great deal of men unnecessary anxiety and stress.

10 Myths and Facts About Hair Loss

Spencer Stevenson | Posted 25.07.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Spencer Stevenson

It is a complete myth that baldness is inherited from only the mother's side of the family. You hair future is determined by genes from both sides of your family and you have likely ended up with some mix of your parents' hair genes.

Hair in High Demand

Dr Bessam Farjo | Posted 10.12.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Dr Bessam Farjo

Hair transplant procedures are now the most popular form of cosmetic surgery for men in the UK. Over 4,500 procedures were carried out in 2011, which was 13 per cent more than those performed in 2010, and the number continues to grow.

Boots' 'Miracle Cure' Won't Halt Hair Loss

Dr Bessam Farjo | Posted 30.09.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Dr Bessam Farjo

Hair loss is usually genetic and, for most people, no amount of shampoos, creams or drugs will halt or reverse it. The only permanent solution is a hair transplant. I perform hundreds of these procedures a year and always see a restoration of hair.

Prince William Will Be Bald by the Time He's 40 - But Not if He Follows Wayne Rooney's Example

Dr Asim Shahmalak | Posted 08.12.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Dr Asim Shahmalak

Until recently, the impact baldness might have on confidence and well-being was little understood or recognised by the medical profession at large.

A Grey Anatomy: Is it Better Than a Bald One?

Huw L. Hopkins | Posted 14.11.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Huw L. Hopkins

Hairless celebrities are fewer and farther in between on the sexometer (patent pending), and those who do feature tend to be cast as the rugged, manly figure.

Removing the Stigma of Hair Transplant Surgery

Dr Maurice Collins | Posted 10.08.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Dr Maurice Collins

When Wayne Rooney tweeted a year ago that he had just had a hair transplant not only did he remove the stigma previously associated with this type of surgery, but he also unknowingly changed received attitudes towards men openly taking care of themselves, let alone talking about it.

Is Wayne Rooney Thinning Again? Footballer Sports 'Comb-Over' Less Than A Year After Transplant (PICTURES)

Huffington Post UK | Sara C Nelson | Posted 12.04.2012 | UK

He famously had hair plugs just last summer, but Wayne Rooney was looking somewhat thin on top when he appeared at Aintree alongside his wife Coleen o...

Going Bald at 22: In Search of a Cure

Josh Barrie | Posted 15.02.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Josh Barrie

At the tender age of 22, I am the cold recipient of 'male pattern baldness,' and I'm far, far too young to have to deal with a hairless life, too young to accept or acknowledge the suitably stereotyped 30-plus catastrophe.