• Neil Strauss, Author of “The Game” – This Week on The Bald Truth 12/7/08

    Finding your “inner game” is what separates those who allow hair loss to paralyze their lives, from those who choose to turn adversity into self evolution and opportunity.

    This week on The Bald Truth, Spencer and Dave will be joined by New York Times best-selling author Neil Strauss, a man who not only chose to take charge of his own world, but decided to share his experiences with the rest of us AFC’s (Average Frustrated Chumps).

    Neil is best known as the author of the wildly successful book The Game, Penetrating The Secret society of  Pickup Artists, and is also the coauthor of three New York Times bestsellers: Jenna Jameson’s How to Make Love Like a Porn Star, Motley Crue’s The Dirt, and Marilyn Manson’s The Long Hard Road Out of Hell. He is also the coauthor of Dave Navarro’s Don’t Try This At Home, a Los Angeles Times bestseller.

    For those of you who think it’s impossible to live and “love” after hair loss, this show is for you.

    You won’t want to miss this one!

  • BaldTruthTalk.com – A New Discussion Forum For The Hair Loss Community

    Where do you get your medical information? We’ll, if you’re living in the 21st century and reading this article the answer is probably the internet. As a matter of fact, the world wide web is the most widely used source for medical information both by medical professionals and the lay public. Did you ever ask yourself where this information came from or if it’s even accurate?

    Well, if you’re researching surgical hair restoration you should!

    Just like any other industry selling a product or service, the hair loss and hair transplant field is a fiercely competitive business. It is an industry that is almost completely unregulated. Any doctor who has a valid medical license can claim that they are an expert hair transplant surgeon and market themselves to the unsuspecting public as a “leader” in the field. Anyone can launch a hair loss website and control the flow of information as they see fit. Read more ›

  • Propecia Gets OK From The WADA (World Anti-Doping Agency)

    Zach Lund Received a One Year Ban in 2006

    Zach Lund Received a One Year Ban in 2006

    Pro athletes can rejoice in knowing that they no longer have to choose between their careers and maintaining their potential multimillion dollar image.

    News that Propecia will be taken off the World Anti-Doping Agency’s “banned” list has been received with cheers from the world’s follically-challenged athletes, but is it too little too late for those who have already suffered career shattering blows from the anti-doping agency?

    Some athletes say that it is.

    New Zealand tennis pro Mark Nelson’s career has all but grinded to a halt after being banned for two years just because he wanted to save his hair. His world ranking has dropped dramatically, making it very difficult to recoup from his forced hiatus from the sport.

    Other professional athletes who have tested positive for Propecia in recent years include NHL goalie Jose Theodore, Brazilian soccer legend Romário, Italian golfer Alessandro Pissilli, Zach Lund the U.S. skeleton racer, and German wheelchair basketball player Ahmet Coskun  who was banned  from the Paralympics after testing positive for the drug. Read more ›



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