Callie’s Story

As posted on TataToCancer.blog  “I was diagnosed with Stage IIIA Grade 2, HR/PR positive HER2 negative breast cancer at age 31. I am now NED!” “My name is Callie, I have been married to my husband, Scott for 14 years. I have two amazing stepsons (17 &18) and a beautiful 13 year old daughter. My husband has been in the …

Lesly’s Breast Cancer Journey

As posted on TataToCancer.blog “I am totally humbled that Lesly has chosen to share her story with us today. Lesly was the first one I reached out to when I knew I was going to be needing chemo. I remember her and a friend of ours going to my first wig appointment at HPI. I said to Kimberly, the owner …

How Diet Effects Hair Loss

There are many factors that influence our hair. Genetics, medications pollution, medical conditions, hair products, and our diet all play a role in how healthy or unhealthy our hair is. If you want stronger and healthier hair be sure to include these key areas in your diet daily: Lean proteins: eggs, chicken, and lentils. Iron: spinach, beef, beans, and tofu. …

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Understand Your Strands: Mineral Deficiencies

When people experience hair thinning or loss they often do not know the cause as to why. Genetics, diet, stress, environment, medical issues, and deficiencies all play a role in hair health. It is important to have an understanding of minerals in regards to your hair health. Essential minerals, vitamins, and amino acids are all required for cells to properly …

Understand your strands AlopeciaDX

AlopeciaDX Blood Test

Understand Your Strands–Underlying Medical Conditions Experiencing hair loss can be a hard thing to deal with, but understanding the cause can be even harder. Many people have no answers as to why their hair is thinning. Wouldn’t it be great if you could get to the root cause of your hair loss? Here at HPIHair Partners, we are now offering …

Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow

HAIR TODAY, GONE TOMORROW — Dealing with Hair Loss, Part 2

Social Acceptance Socially, there are a lot of people who are teased or have been teased for hair loss.  As presented in the first post of this two-part hair loss series, stress can add to hair loss as well as lead to additional personal struggles–social ridicule makes the struggles with hair loss even harder. People are often uneducated or naïve …