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BALDNESS

YOUR SCALP IS TOO TIGHT. THE SKIN AROUND YOUR SKULL SHOULD BE FLESHY
SO THE HAIR FOLLICLES GET LOTS OF BLOOD. WITHOUT THIS CIRCULATION OF
BLOOD TO THE SCALP THE HAIR WILL DIE AND FALL OUT CAUSING BALDNESS.
MASSAGING THE SCALP DAILY IS A STEP IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION
FOR KEEPING YOUR HAIR.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; DETROIT ; WHITEHEAD AND KALES ; MILL STREET PLANT

Keyword(s): CAUSE

Subject headings: BELIEF -- Means of Causing or Avoiding Illness
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