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Hair loss has always been the kind of health problem that doesn’t really cause any physiological issues but, on the other hand, has a tremendous psychological impact. Moreover, when lacking the basic knowledge about hair loss and its causes, people tend to believe different things, some of which can stretch as far as harming them. In order to avoid falling prey to misconceptions, here are some of the most common myths surrounding hair loss and the truth behind each statement. If you want to get effective treatmnet you can read more about Propecia pills designed for controlling male pattern baldness and proved to enable significant hair regrowth in a large number of patients.
Hair loss comes from your mother’s genetics
In the past it was strongly believed that people inherit hair loss problems from their mother’s side. However, things are more complicated in genetics, and it’s the both parents’ pool of genes that can render hair loss predisposition. So don’t rush blaming your mother for having a receding hairline.
Tight hats cause hair loss
Some people still believe that wearing a tight hat affects blood circulation in the scalp, which in turn causes more hair to fall off. But don’t haste giving away your head accessory collection, as this assumption has nothing in common with reality. If this were true, you’d had to squeeze your head into such a head with help from another person, and hair loss would be the least of discomforts you’d experience while wearing such a hat.
Excessive care causes hair loss
This is a common misconception about anything artificial we have to deal with. But in reality no shampoo or balm can cause hair loss to the extent that you’ll need Propecia to get some hair back. Some products may deteriorate the hair, and cause it to become thinner or weaker for a period of time. Yet, it has nothing to do with hair loss as you’ll grow all of the hair back after a while.
Shave your head to prevent hair loss
This is certainly one of the most ridiculous tips you’ll hear on hair loss. People will say that by shaving your head you’ll stimulate your hair follicles and make the hair grow faster. The truth is that if you do so, then you’ll further damage your hair follicles and cause hair loss to progress to the paint when even using Propecia won’t be much of a help.
The Savvy Senior Show on AM980 – The Savvy Senior Show on AM980
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Canton mulls senior advisory committee
by Kristal Dixon CANTON — A citizens advisory committee to hash out what tax and service exemptions senior residents should get and whether city taxes should be raised could be created later this month. Councilman Bob Rush has requested Mayor Gene …
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Tuscarawas Central Catholic senior receives Bishop Herrmann Service Award
By Vivian Gomez Morgan Stilgenbauer, who recently graduated from Tuscarawas Central Catholic Junior-Senior High School, received the 2012 Bishop Herrmann Service Award of the Diocese of Columbus. Stilgenbauer's extracurricular activities and volunteer …
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Irvine, CA (PRWEB) June 05, 2012
On Friday, June 1, the Irvine Chamber of Commerce presented the Legends & Leaders luncheon with featured guest, Michael Mussallem of Edwards Lifesciences. The interview was conducted in an informal question and answer format in front of an intimate audience of 75 attendees.
Albert Napoli, Senior Government Affairs Representative with the SoCal Metropolitan Water District interviewed Michael M. Mussallem, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Edwards Lifesciences. Mussallem is a groundbreaker in heart medical device technology at Edwards Lifesciences, such as heart valves and hemodynamic monitoring. These technologies help save lives for those with structural heart disease. Mussallem has been Chief Executive Officer since 2000. He received a bachelors degree in chemical engineering and an honorary doctorate degree from the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology in Terre Haute, Indiana.
During his interview, Mussallem shared stories from his childhood, his first job, life lessons in business and discussed the importance of being a good corporate citizen, being involved, and giving back to the community. Notably, Mussallem mentioned his first job as a manager in an Indiana steel factory where he managed 16 women. His advice, you have to ask and not tell. Among his words of wisdom, he reminded the audience, Dont try to always do things yourself, instead engage the talents of others. Interestingly, his team at Edwards Lifesciences also celebrates their failures because it shows that the team had the courage to at least try a path, even though it was wrong. You cant treat the courage to try as a punishment.
When asked about the Irvine community, Mussallem said, We are proud to be a part of the Irvine community and commend the Irvine Chamber of Commerce for providing an environment for local professionals to network and share ideas.
Each quarter, the Legends and Leaders event invites Irvine business leaders to share their experiences in a luncheon setting. The luncheon was held at Andreis Conscious Cuisine and Cocktails in Irvine and graciously sponsored by Exsilio Solutions, Hoag, and Larson Lighting and Audio.
For photos from this Legends & Leaders event, please visit the Irvine Chambers Facebook page at facebook.com/irvinechamber.
About the Irvine Chamber of Commerce
The Irvine Chamber of Commerce is one of the most influential Chambers in Orange County representing hundreds of local businesses. The ICCs mission is to promote an economic climate that strengthens the competitiveness of local businesses while offering members a wide range of benefits, services, programs and information. The ICC is one of only 250 Chambers in the U.S. who meet the requirements for accreditation by the U.S. Chamber. For more information, please call (949) 660-9112 or visit http://www.irvinechamber.com.