Rickets, Caused By Vitamin D Deficiency, Makes A Comeback

Biotin-Deficiency Causes Hair Loss, Say Researches; Max Den Hair Loss Vitamins To Treat Baldness

But in the last 15 years, the number of reported cases of rickets in hospitalized children has increased fourfold from 183 cases in 1995 to 762 cases in 2011. Experts said the actual number is probably even higher since there’s no official surveillance system and it’s unknown whether the disease has peaked. (MORE: How You’re Likely to Die, Statistically Speaking ) “It’s very surprising to see this,” said Dr. Mitch Blair, an officer for health promotion at the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health. “Children come in with bendy legs, swollen wrists and sometimes swollen ribs,” he said.
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“This is an alarming figure considering that hair is reckoned as a source of self-confidence. And this leads to the propagation of fast hair growth vitamins in the market,” says Kurt Townes, Epicura Labs Spokesperson. An article was recently published in the Oregon State University (OSU) official website, LPI.OregonState.edu, saying that hair loss is a symptom of severe biotin deficiency.’ This substance lacking is one of the considered factors why people may suffer from hair-related problems like baldness. Finding for a natural treatment is significant since re-growing one’s lost hair may bring back self-esteem and beauty. People may consequently find ways to regenerate biotin, which is part of the B complex group of vitamins,’ according to the University of Maryland Medical Center (UMMC) in an article published Jun 24, 2013 through its official site, UMM.edu.
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