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May 31, 2011
Braids and Weaves Can Cause Hair Damage
No one wants to sacrifice their hair to a good-looking style, but a new study shows that styling methods like braids and weaves may cause African-American women to suffer scarring hair loss.
May 26, 2011
Stunted: The Top 10 Reasons Why Hair Doesn’t Grow
If your strands haven’t grown an inch since the last time you measured, you may be suffering from one of the many problems that can stop hair growth dead in its tracks.
May 24, 2011
Follow These Professional Blowout Tips to Avoid Home-Fried Hair
Yes, yes, we know blowouts are best saved for special occasions—’cuz who wants an attack of crackly, crunchy frizzies. Not you! So check out these harm-reduction styling tips from a professional. They’ll help you achieve salon-perfect hair at home.
May 19, 2011
Keep Your Cool: Grab This Summer Hair-Health Remedy From the Fridge
Beyond the opportunity to have more fun in the sun, summer also brings intense, dry heat that can often wreak havoc on your hair. Before you know it, shiny, healthy locks can turn into dull, dry and frizzy hair. But with just two ingredients probably already in your refrigerator and some instructions from, you can get and keep bouncy and beautiful hair all through summer’s drying heat. 
May 17, 2011
Dry Hair Relief for Curly Girls
Girls with curly tresses often cry about their hair’s tendency to get dry and frizzy. Their more delicate curls make them more susceptible to hair damage and split ends. 
May 12, 2011
Spurring “Talk” Between Hair’s Stem Cells May Offer Baldness Solution
How thousands of stem cells in the hair follicles of mice and rabbits “talk” to each other may be the key to solving human hair loss, according to study published in the journal Science and reported by ScienceDaily. 
May 10, 2011
Protect Your Hair From Sun Damage
Unlike your skin, hair can’t burn, blister or develop cancer from the strong rays of the sun. But sun exposure can damage your treasured tresses. Here are some tips on how to avoid this natural disaster from Hollywood dermatologist and columnist Jessica Wu, MD.
May 05, 2011
How to Avoid the Biggest Blow-Drying No-No’s
Do you dread picking up the blow-dryer for fear it will leave your hair a dry and brittle mess? AOL’s celeb stylist Eva Scrivo suggests following these 10 tips to avoid hair-damaging blow-drying boo-boos. You’ll handle your tresses like a pro and get movie star results to boot. 
May 03, 2011
TLC for Baby’s Not-So-Adorable “Cradle Cap”
Have you noticed scaly yellow patches on your baby’s scalp? The culprit is likely cradle cap. But don’t worry, the unsightly scalp condition doesn’t pose a risk to your little one. These tips from will help you clear that crusty buildup off baby’s head quick-fast. 
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