Maybe someday Jerry won't be laughing at George's follicularly challenged scalp. But despite scientific advances there's still no cure for baldness.
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October 21, 2013 The new method might allow doctors to increase the quantity of hair on your head, instead of just moving it around. But don't get too excited. A cure for baldness is not around the corner. The method has been tested only in mice and can produce only a small amount of strange-looking hair.
This gentleman may want to have a chat with his cardiologist.
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November 6, 2012 A study in Denmark finds that visible signs of aging, such as a receding hairline and fatty deposits around the eyelids, may be a sign that you're at a greater risk for heart disease than others your age. But don't skip getting your cholesterol and blood pressure checked.
January 5, 2011 Chef Gordon Ramsay has apparently been subject to speculation -- and ridicule -- that he may have undergone a hair transplant in Beverly Hills. I've got no problem with you if you want one too, but please, think twice: Some men look better bald.
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