The Indian Express
Baldness drug may curb men's alcohol intake
A drug used by men to slow a receding hair line may also reduce their alcohol craving, a new study claims.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
Study: Male Pattern Baldness Drug May Lower Alcohol Tolerance
A new study shows that a drug used to treat male pattern baldness could diminish one's tolerance for alcohol in those who take it.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Hair-Loss Drugs' Big Growth in China
When Shi Yang was studying and working in France several years ago, most of his colleagues were bald-which made his own thinning pate more tolerable.
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Some men who take the drug finasteride to slow a receding hair line may also find it reduces their interest in drinking alcohol, new research reveals.
Mental Help Net
Baldness Drug Propecia May Put Some Men Off Alcohol: Study
Some men who use finasteride to help battle baldness may also be drinking less alcohol, a new study suggests.
Wed Jun 05, 2013
New Hope For Baldness Cure: Scientists Find Protein That Induces Hair Growth
In a new breakthrough, scientists have discovered a growth-factor protein in mice, showing how hair regrowth is initiated and why it's so difficult in human beings.
The Washington Post
Snake Gall Bladders Ditched for Drugs by Balding Chinese: Health
After raw-ginger scalp rubs and walnut snacks failed to counter Shi Yang's receding hairline, the 26-year-old Shanghai engineer says he's ready to ditch his mother's advice and give Western drugs a go.
Wed May 29, 2013
Nikkei Net Interactive
Shiseido Licenses Hair Regeneration Method From Canada Firm
Shiseido Co. said Wednesday that it will license a technology for hair cell regeneration to treat baldness and hair loss from Canadian bioventure RepliCel Life Sciences Inc.