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According to the CDC, more than one-third of U.S. adults don’t get enough sleep on a regular basis. The culprits that keep us awake can range from caffeine and screen-induced stimulation to stress, anxiety and
Most people know that men typically experience hair loss with age, but did you know that 42 percent of men between 18 to 49 have moderate to excessive balding? Hair loss in men is common.
Are you struggling with hair loss? It is understandable to feel discouraged and self-conscious when going through physical change. In fact, as many as 30 million women experience hair loss. Fortunately, there are solutions. This
Psoriasis Two to three percent of the world’s population suffers from psoriasis. That may not seem like a significant number, but it equals roughly 125 million people globally. Perhaps you’re one of those people, or