In the US alone, about 5 million people have anemia, which is a condition in which the body’s own immune system is overwhelmed.
But if left untreated, anemia can lead to hair loss, as well as other health issues, including skin cancer and even heart disease.
To help prevent the disease, the US government has made an initiative known as the Healthy Hair Initiative, which aims to help women and men with anemia.
Its website states: ‘This initiative is a way to make sure all Americans have the information they need to live healthy lives.’
But the campaign is not a one-size-fits-all.
Some people with an anemia may benefit from a simple treatment, while others may not need any help at all.
Here’s how to get your hair back, without the need to use a leafletteAnemia is a blood condition that is often inherited.
This means that your genes can be passed down to the next generation, causing hair loss.
The problem is that a person’s hair colour varies widely from person to person.
The National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) has been measuring hair colour over the past 15 years, and the latest data showed that anemia is linked to a greater risk of melanoma.
Anemia can also be a result of having too much vitamin D in the blood, and an excess of selenium.
So how can you prevent the condition?
If you have any concerns about your hair, check with your doctor before going ahead with a treatment.
Hair loss is not uncommon in people with hair loss and, even if it’s not, there are some things you can do to reduce the risk.