Eating chocolate may rejuvenate hair more than conditioners and treatments, a new study reveals. Scientists explain that the sweet treat contains a pigment called melanin which can help prevent grays and gives hair its color.
One in six women "don't know" their natural hair color because they've been dying it for so long, according to a new British survey.
A team of researchers is claiming that they have DNA evidence that Bigfoot is real and alive.
Women in Venezuela are being attacked by thieves with scissors who cut off their long manes in order to sell them to wig shops and beauty parlors.
Here are five pretty outrageous beauty treatments that people go through to look younger.
Researchers believe that by using carbon isotope analysis, they can determine how many sugary drinks a person had from a single hair strand.
The school has a strict “long hair rule” forbidding boys from having long hair.
A study found that the gray color in hair follicles could be reversed, bringing hair back to its original hair color.
A recently posted picture of a rare flannel moth caterpillar received a lot of attention for its similarities to Donald Trump's hair.
Hair strands may be better than blood tests at determining cardiovascular risk, a new study suggests.
Women’s hair does change as they become older.
In what has come as a real breakthrough, scientists were able to induce partial hearing in previously deaf mice. This was achieved by regenerating what they called the "hearing hairs" in the ear of the mice. The study was conducted by researchers from Massachusetts Eye and Ear and Harvard Medical School and was published in the Journal Neuron.
We all have a million reasons why we can't manage to work out or go for a little run. While in reality, mostly the reason is nothing but laziness, a new study suggests that for African-American women, the reason for not hitting the gym or working out their bodies is hair care and maintenance issues. It may sound a little difficult to relate, but apparently, in spite of obesity being a major health concern among African-American women, it is hair care that prevents a lot of women from exercising. According to reports from The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services Office of Minority Health, about four out of five African-American women are overweight or obese.