Home > Medical > Hair-loss Has science discovered a 'cure' for baldness in osteoporosis meds? While researching a drug for treating osteoporosis, scientists may have found a way to cure baldness. Why do babies lose their hair? Why are some babies born with a full head of hair, only to lose it and have it grow back, while others are born nearly bald? Hair transplants do make men appear younger A study validated that most men feel more attractive when they have more hair, and observers in the study tended to agree. Latest in Hair-loss Unlocking the mysteries of hair growth Scientists find that hair growth is controlled by a protein secreted by the skin. Restoring hair growth on scarred skin? New study could show the way In studies with rodents, researchers found a way to maintain the shape and strength of human skin and hair. Jada Pinkett Smith reveals hair-loss battle – why does this happen? Alopecia – also known as hair loss – is more common than you think. Has science discovered a 'cure' for baldness in osteoporosis meds? While researching a drug for treating osteoporosis, scientists may have found a way to cure baldness. load more Your Hair-loss Guide Hair loss (alopecia) is a normal part of ageing for both men and women, however it can also be caused by certain medications, illness and genetics. There are several treatment options for hair loss which vary greatly in terms of cost and efficacy, these include laser therapy, medication and natural remedies for hair growth. What is hair loss (alopecia)? Types of hair loss Causes of hair loss Signs and symptoms of hair loss Hair loss diagnostics and tests How is hair loss treated?