Chalk up another awesome discovery in science to what?
Intent? -Nah. Too easy. Too straightforward. Makes us humans look [way too much] like we know what we’re doing.
Those rockstar-bada**es at The Salk Institute have done it again!
The best part?
The factor involved in the regrowth for these genetically-engineered superstressed-mice? -It’s also present in humans.
+AND; This time they found a cure that can be administered over just a short time window,
–which then goes on to last ~about 17% of the lab animal’s total lifecycle for that 1 application.
So maybe sometime soon, men will have the Choice of which hairstyle to sport, instead of having Stress or Genetics choose it for them as time passes.
Hit up the links for more full coverage and details, as they’re worth a read,
and Salk btw is worthy of your ritual offerings of steaks, barbies, scantily-clad [but still breathing, van-dwellers, mkay?] supermodels, and Guinness-kegs on the altar of their Supernova-sized Existential-Rockstar-Bada**itude.
Photo Credits: “Bald Eagle”, by William Picard
• via: Engadget-Baldness A’stressin
• More Coverage: PopSci | EurekAlert
• Source Study: PLoS ONE: CRF Receptor Antagonist Astressin-B Reverses and Prevents Alopecia in CRF Over-Expressing Mice