Snippet from the article:
A growing number of Koreans in their 20s and 30s are suffering hair loss due to stress, according to findings of the Health Insurance Policy Research Institute under the National Health Insurance Corporation.
According to the research institute, 88,004 people in their 20s and 30s received hair loss treatment at hospitals in 2009, which was 48.4 percent of the 181,707 patients treated for hair loss that year.
For the last five years, the number of people experiencing hair loss increased, especially for people in their 20s and 30s, research institute statistics showed.
Read the rest — Stress causing more young Koreans to lose hair
This article pinpoints young Koreans as suffering from stress-related hair loss, because it happens to be a Korean newspaper… but I’m not sure how the statistics compare to other cultures or races, or if these numbers even reflect just Koreans in particular.
I’m having trouble finding the study they’re referencing. Any help?