Confronting Your Crown: Male Pattern Baldness
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Thursday, May 3, 2012 at 1:12 PM
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Balding men have decisions to make: Go with a comb-over, take medication, get hair plugs or a toupee, or do nothing at all. So when New York Times contributing editor Daniel Jones started losing his hair, he chose what he considers a "cooler alternative" — head shaving.



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