Every Monday, we answer some of YOUR questions! This week, let’s tackle hair. Why do we all have different hair?
Plucking lots of hairs from one area prompts the body to command more hair to be grown to take its place. Continue reading →
The resin-like material honeybees use to patch holes in their hives encourages hair growth in mice, scientists find.
Ancient humans found with red hair weren't necessarily redheads in life, but may have acquired their carrot tops after death, a new study finds.
A drug already used to treat people with other conditions could restore hair growth in patients with one disease that can cause hair loss.
Got sparkling baby blues? How about brown? And why, oh, why does our hair go gray with age? As with so many things, it's all about the genes. Trace has the details.
The single mutation was found in a long gene sequence and is present in about one-third of Northern Europeans.
It's obviously disgusting to contemplate -- who wants to see hair in their food? -- but is the occasional stray follicle in a plate of foodstuff really going to harm you?
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