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Irish Independent


Deborah Outlines Other Types of Hair Loss "Postpartum alopecia is another type of hair loss that I see quite a bit of. Up to 40pc of women will experience it after having a baby. The hair growth is interupted and the diminishing or thinning of hair is due to hormonal changes."   The most common types of hair loss that Deborah sees are Androgenetic Alopecia and Alopecia Area...
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RTE Guide


RTE Guide March 13 - 19 2010: HEALTH & WELL-BEING by Suzanne Byrne "Hair and scalp problems are very common and most people will experience some hair-care problem at some time in their life", says Trichologist Deborah Whelan, who manages the Galway Trichology Clinic.   "But with all the different hair-care products there is alot of confusion, so if you are worried ...
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Sunday World


[Sunday World: 2008. By Frances Winston.] Take Care With Your Hair It would seem that since the dawn of time there have been miracle cures for thinning or balding hair.   Our hair isn't referred to out crowning glory for nothing. Research has shown that people - both male and female - will actually call into work sick if they are suffering from a bad hair day.   Ind...
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Connaght Tribune


[Connaght Tribune: Tribune Life (supplement) Friday, November 4th, 2005. By Bernie Ni Fhlatharta.] Deborah Gets to the Root of Your Hair Problems It is said that hair is a woman's crowning glory but the number of men concerned about hair loss and thinning would indicate that the same thing could be said about men.   And yet, eighty per cent of alopecia conditions (where bits ...
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Galway Independent


Getting on top of Hair Health Written by Christina Hession - Wednesday, 17 January 2007 Christina Hession discusses hair health with Deborah Whelan from the Galway Skin and Trichology Clinic, the only specialist scalp and hair clinic serving the West of Ireland and the Midlands.   Did you know that common male hair loss can start as young as 14 years of age, or that 40 per cent o...
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Galway First


[Galway First, 2008.] Deborah Gets to the Root of Your Hair Problems It is said that hair is a woman's crowning glory but the number of men concerned about hair loss and thinning would indicate that the same thing could be said about men. And yet, eighty per cent of alopecia conditions (where the hair falls out) could be self-inflicted - in other words it could be caused by poor diet, d...
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Farmers Journal


[Farmers Journal 19th July, 2008: Irish Country Living (supplement), Country Health section, pages 16 and 17.] Losing Your Locks Is your hair your crowning glory or something you're embarrassed about? Hair thinning affects one in three women in Ireland. While going bald may be more socially acceptable for men, it can seriously affect a woman's self-confidence, writes Margaret Hawki...
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Vivas Health


Hair Loss Treatments Available Topical solutions are prescribed to stimulate the scalp and blood supply. These lotions often contain plant extracts and can be effective at reducing and minimising hair-loss and stimulating new hair growth. AM Hair Preparations - Trichology hair loss treatment. This solution is applied to the scalp once daily. Minoxidil - It is recommended that this solut...
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Hair Loss in Ireland


It can be hard to realise just how important healthy hair is for our self image, our well being and general health until hair loss Dublin takes hold and causes problems. The hair is itself a natural organ, and as such should be treated with as much care as any other part of our body. Take a look through the rest of the site for some good tips on caring for and looking after your scalp.   ...
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