Hair loss is a common problem faced by a lot of men across the globe. An average adult loses 100 strands of hair daily that explains the toxicity of this issue. Baldness is common amongst 95% of men, which means that millions of them are spending a lot of money to get rid of this issue. However, it is essential to note that hair loss is a natural phenomenon that can be controlled. There are many reasons for hair loss such as mineral deficiency, poor diet plan, stress and genetics. Most people who often put a cap or a helmet on their heads while driving a motorbike to complain about losing their hair. Following is a list of ways through which you can stop this issue:
Online shopping continues an upward trend in Australia but the majority of shoppers ditch their cart at the online checkout, according to surprising new data from SAP. Research into stock availability, price comparisons and wish-list browsing keep many Aussies clicking, however 90% of all customers still prefer human contact.
As part of its DNA, Tejidos Royo has always mantained a total commitment to the Sustainability and Protection of Human Rights throughout the whole Value Chain. Following this philosophy, Tejidos Royo takes the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) as its own as the best path to sustainability.
Pieter Petros, better known as PP, the CEO and founder of PIETER PETROS INSTITUTE is the new age philosopher who is set out to achieve his Vision, where Nature and Humans work alongside each other.
The 40th People's Choice Awards ceremony was held January 8, 2014 at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles, California.
US actress Sandra Bullock dominated the competition by winning the most awards and four of her five nominations, including 'Favorite Movie Actress'.
Researchers think they may be able to replace damaged cells in the retina with similar ones found in algae and treat blindness. The technique has worked in mice and now scientists believe they can begin human trials within two years.
“The idea is to develop a treatment for blindness,” Alan Horsager of USC told New Scientist. In a working retina, nerve cells convert light into electrical and chemical signals, which are sent to the brain via the optic nerve.