Male Pattern Baldness and Lou Gehrig’s Disease, A New Link Discovered

Based on a new research study, Lou Gehrig’s disease and androgenetic alopecia (pattern baldness) could be closely connected. First, men were examined throughout their mid-40s. Then, the group was examined throughout their early 60s. Based on the data, males who report symptoms of pattern hair loss during their 40s are up to 3 times more likely to produce Lou Gehrig’s illness later in life. Although this study requires further follow-up study and is new, it nonetheless problems a powerful warning to middle-aged men every where. In the event that you experience symptoms of baldness, it’s wise to consult a physician immediately.


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