In January of this year, Representative Ayanna Pressley revealed she has alopecia areta. “It’s important I’m transparent about this new normal” she stated. She’s right. We need to embrace the realities of our crown.
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Your health insurance can reimburse you 80%-100% Did you know that many health insurance companies could reimburse you the full cost of your human hair wig or hair topper? Valid medical conditions for “Cranial Hair Prosthesis” include Alopecia or Cancer. There is hope to look good and feel better once again with a human hair […]
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Alopecia is a medical term used to define hair loss. In most cases the cause of Alopecia is not known. Studies have shown that Alopecia could be hereditary and factors such as stress, medication and illness could also cause Alopecia. Alopecia could also be a symptom of diseases such as diabetes, lupus, and thyroid conditions. […]
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