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Add enhanced risk of premature balding to the list of illnesses and indignities faced by diminutive men of European descent, according to a new study.Reduced body size and early onset of puberty are also linked with loss of hair for men.Some of the same genes that regulate human height, it seems, also play a role in the emergence of these conditions and diseases.There is relatively little data on baldness in Africa, but male hair loss there seems even less frequent.
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