Department of Personal and Preventive Medicine, Institute of Interdisciplinary Medicine, Moscow, Russia
Are Alopecias Non-Communicable Degenerative Diseases?
Author(s): Paul Clayton*
The incidence of androgenic and areata alopecia appears to be increasing in some areas. While genetic factors have been identified, the relatively low level of heritability indicates the importance of external and epigenetic factors. Many of these are included in or driven by dietary shift, which thereby impacts on multiple aspects of the hair follicle environment. Various potential pharmaconutritional interventions are outlined... Read More»