Snippet from the article:
Going by the recent study on Alopecia by Chandigarh-based Plastic Surgeon Dr Tejinder Bhatti, it’s not just the “G” factor but the “A” factor that plays a major role in baldness. Dr. Bhatti has explained that the “G” factor – genes – do play an important role, but the “A” factor – A+ blood group, especially in males – makes one more prone to baldness. Dr Bhatti initiated the study in 2007 and completed it in December 2012.
Dr Bhatti opined that although patients blame water content or quality of their shampoo for baldness, but blood groups play an equally important role. A+ blood group people are unable to optimally absorb B vitamins, including Biotin, in their blood and therefore the thickness of the hair is quite low.
Read the rest — ‘A’ factor leading to baldness?
I’m not sure that I agree with this. It would be interesting to read it on a medical journal.
They kind of lost me once I read, “Dr Bhatti says that In male pattern baldness (MPB), in 80% cases the gene causing baldness comes from the mother’s side. So if your nana or mama are bald, there are 80% chances you too will be bald.” That actually just a myth and has never been proven.