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    As men age, they're most likely to notice it on their heads first.

    Hair loss affects 20 per cent of men in their 20s, 30 per cent of men in their 30s and so on, according to hair expert Dr. Alan Bauman of Bauman Medical Group in Florida.

    "There are millions of people across North America who experience hair loss," he says.

    For the most part, hair loss is genetic, but the speed and pattern of baldness doesn't necessarily have to be based on your parents, Bauman told The Huffington Post Canada. "Other factors like the shape of your hairline and the colour of your hair both affect balding patterns."

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    "Other factors like the shape of your hairline and the colour of your hair both affect balding patterns."

    citation needed


    btw, that 20 30 40 statistic is bs. Do you really think HALF of people experience NO HAIR LOSS at the age of 50? I'm thinking it's more like:

    Code:
                           age: 20 30 40 50 60
    % of people with hair loss: 20 40 70 80 95

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2020 View Post
    "Other factors like the shape of your hairline and the colour of your hair both affect balding patterns."

    citation needed


    btw, that 20 30 40 statistic is bs. Do you really think HALF of people experience NO HAIR LOSS at the age of 50? I'm thinking it's more like:

    Code:
                           age: 20 30 40 50 60
    % of people with hair loss: 20 40 70 80 95
    I agree, most men at 50 have some degree of hairloss, may not necessarily be full blown, but definitely some thinning or recession

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