Scientists from the University of Bonn recently discovered a gene that is responsible for a hereditary form of hair loss known as Hypotrichosis simplex. The research is the first-ever to identify a specific receptor that is essential for hair growth. The researchers said that their findings will lead to new … Read The Full Post
While an embryo may die due to a chemical exposure and result in a miscarriage, a developing fetus will survive but can suffer altered DNA that results in malformations, deformities, retardation and birth defects – lifetime serious personal injuries that can and should have been avoided.
It is not as … Read The Full Post