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News – “Chemical in fast food french fries could cure baldness” – COLUMBUS (WCMH) — French fries may not be good for your waistline – but your *hairline* is a whole different story.

Japanese scientists say they’ve found a new treatment for hair loss, reports CNN.

According to a paper published in the Journal Biomaterials, scientists were able to re-grow hair in mice using the method.

According to Newsweek, the method uses the same type of silicon used by some fast-food restaurants.

The silicon is often added to french fries to prevent frothing.

And that chemical helped the scientists mass-produce “hair follicle germs” — a key ingredient in hair growth.

Preliminary research suggests the same method will be just as successful when it’s used on people.


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