Alopecia hits men and women on different parts of the head and in varying degrees. Men tend to lose hair along the scalp, while women's hair starts thinning from the front part of the head.
Q I’ve heard a lot recently about syndrome X, but I don’t really understand what it is. Can you please explain what the symptoms are, who is likely to develop it and how it can be treated? - AJ, Plymouth
Q:Is there a cure for alopecia (hair loss)? At the age of 24 my son had a small patch of hair missing from the back of his head. The GP could offer nothing in the way of a cure and we watched help ...
Q In WDDTY vol 5 no 3, your cover story on power lines gave evidence that exposure to electromagnetic fields was harmful to people, particularly children. I was wondering whether electromagnetic fields