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A pioneering new computer programme that predicts if and when men will go bald is being offered to British men.
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The programme calculates the exact age at which someone will go bald or have lost most of their hair or provides reassurance by predicting that they will still have a full head of hair in old age.
More than half a million German men used it within ten days of it being unveiled there and three million men have tried it out globally so far.
Sixty per cent of users of the calculator to date have been young men aged between 15 and 30. Two thirds of all British men will eventually suffer hair loss, according to recent research.
The programme asks users about their age, marital status, occupation, where they live, what their current hairline is, hair loss in their family and their stress levels.
German scientists devised the programme because half of men in their country suffer from hereditary hair loss.
“They are looking for a partner and are at the peak of their social lives. They are very conscious about their looks and being accepted within their social groups. They get concerned that if they lose their hair, they will cease to be attractive to others whereas older men don’t care so much.”
Klenk said that men with a history of hair loss on either their mother or father’s side of the family are most at risk of going bald.
Source:The Daily Telegraph
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