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Question 1:
  • There are many misconceptions about what can help prevent hairloss, one of these being that frequent ________ may have an influence on MPB.
    OrgasmEjaculationMasturbationSexual intercourse

Question 2: The two FDA approved treatments are finasteride (marketed for hair loss as ________) and minoxidil.
FinasterideDutasterideVardenafilSildenafil

Question 3: The term alopecia (pronounced /ˌæloʊˈpiːʃə/) is formed from the Greek alópex (αλώπηξ), meaning ________.
Red FoxCanidaeFoxGray Wolf

Question 4: The most common form of baldness is a progressive hair thinning condition called androgenic alopecia or "male pattern baldness" that occurs in ________ male humans and other species.
AgeingChildAdultAdolescence

Question 5: The trigger for this type of baldness (called ________) is DHT, a powerful sex hormone, body, and facial hair growth promoter that can adversely affect the prostate as well as the hair located on the head.
Androgenic alopeciaAcne vulgarisRosaceaAlopecia areata

Question 6: Organizations also collect individuals' donations of their own natural hair to be made into wigs for young ________ patients who have lost their hair due to chemotherapy or other cancer treatment in addition to any type of hair loss.
MetastasisCarcinogenesisCancerCarcinogen

Question 7: Larry David specifically uses his baldness as a form of self-deprecating humor in his TV shows Seinfeld and ________ .
Glee (TV series)30 RockCheersCurb Your Enthusiasm

Question 8: Participants rated each combination on 32 adjectives related to social ________.
PerceptionGeorg Wilhelm Friedrich HegelImmanuel KantArthur Schopenhauer

Question 9: In such cases, patients have difficulties expressing their feelings (________) and may be more prone to avoiding family conflicts.
AlexithymiaAsperger syndromePervasive developmental disorderAutism

Question 10: Onset of hair loss sometimes begins as early as end of puberty, and is mostly ________ determined.
DNAEvolutionGeneticsBiology
















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