The hype created by hair loss

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Scientists and Researchers have been searching for a baldness cure for years.
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So far, in America, the 35 million bald/ balding men, are without luck, according to The Today Show.

So why do these men fall for the 3.5 billion dollar 'hair loss cure' hype? This happens because of the bandwagon effect. The bandwagon effect is the phenomenon of a popular trend continuing to gain popularity. These men believe, that maybe if it "worked" for these men, it'll work for me too! George Costanza even fell for this hype, in the Seinfeld episode, The Tape.

There is no proven evidence for any of these hair loss hypes. Even Caboki has no scientific or researched evidence behind it. Although these visuals look real and seem unreal! And it is just that, unreal. Check out these results from people you tried Caboki. Sorry men, but this may just be one wagon you want to stay off.

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Nice use of pictures and links.

Hair loss is major problem for everyone aged over 30. nice article and i'm also writing highly Hair loss Treatment focused articles on my site.

thanks for time creating informative articles.

Hair Loss is a big issue now a days and nothing proven to be effective for hair loss except hair transplant which is the only way of getting lost hair back in quick time.
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It's just not men suffering from hair loss. There are millions of women suffering from hair loss. By age 60, 8 out of 10 women experience thinning hair according to Fox News.

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