Here’s Why You’re Losing Your Hair (Genetically Speaking)

By: Josh Wolford - March 14, 2013

Is your maternal grandfather a fairly good indicator of whether or not you’re going to be bald? Yeah, kind of. But he’s not the only thing you should worry about. Sure, there are some “nurture” elements to hair loss, but a lot of it is “nature,” and therefore you’re screwed, bro.

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