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  • How to get a nice haircut in space?

  • ESA astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti gets a haircut in space by NASA astronaut Terry Virts. Cosmonaut Anton Shkaplerov runs the International Space Station’s vacuum cleaner to catch her hair, making sure that no hair cuttings float off. Samantha wrote on her twitter account: “While master Terry cuts, apprentice Anton is at the vacuum cleaner.”

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    Finasteride (MK-906Proscar, and Propecia by Merck, among other generic names) is a drug for the treatment of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) and male pattern baldness (MPB). It is a type II 5α-reductase inhibitor; 5α-reductase, an enzyme, converts testosterone to dihydrotestosterone (DHT).

    Benign prostatic hyperplasia

    Physicians use finasteride for the treatment of BPH, informally known as an enlarged prostate. Finasteride may improve the symptoms associated with BPH such as difficulty urinating, getting up during the night to urinate, hesitation at the start of urination, and decreased urinary flow. It provides less symptomatic relief than alpha-1 blockers such as tamsulosin and symptomatic relief is slower in onset (six months or more of treatment with finasteride may be required to determine the therapeutic results of treatment). Symptomatic benefits are mainly seen in those with prostate volume > 40 cm2. In long-term studies finasteride but not alpha-1 inhibitors reduce the risk of acute urinary retention (-57% at 4 years) and the need for surgery (-54% at 4 years). If the drug is discontinued, any therapeutic benefits reverse within about 6–8 months.


  • Mandatory Kim Jong-un buzz cut: a hair-raising hoax?

  • ‘The world’s media is abuzz with the news that Kim Jong-un, leader of North Korea, has reportedly ordered male students in the country to adopt his hairstyle.

    But is this merely a rumour based on the international community’s fascination with the notoriously secretive state? Recent visitors to the country have reported no apparent change in hairdos. “I was there just a few days ago, and no sign of that,” said Simon Cockerell of Koryo Tours, a company specialising in bringing foreign tourists to North Korea.

    The latest report may be a rumour, but Choe Cheong-ha, a North Korean defector, told Associated Press the government does have its own special “fashion police”. He said members of a government-run youth organisation regularly carry out spot checks to see if people are dressed appropriately. The body apparently verifies that people are wearing the mandatory lapel pins with the images of former leaders Kim Il-sung and Kim Jong-il and looks for violations such as blue jeans or clothes with English words.

    In a 2005 war against men with long hair, the North Korean government is said to have ordered “socialist style” haircuts, deriding shaggily-locked men as “blind followers of bourgeois lifestyle.” Reports suggest the state-run TV channel KCTV even personally identified culprits by name and address.

    The campaign was said to be based on the premise that long hair takes oxygen away from nerves in the head, therefore hampering brain activity. Women are still allowed to wear their hair long.

  • Hair raising time at World Beard Championships in Germany

  • Hundreds of entrants competed for best facial hair trophies at the annual World Beard and Moustache Championships in Germany on Saturday

    Competitors gathered to win in categories like Best Dali Moustache, Best Freestyle Moustache, Most Fashionable Beard, Best Goatee and Best Sideburns.

    The championship has taken place every two years since 1990. It especially rewards elaborate beard styles and moustaches.

    Competition organiser Juergen Burkhardt enthused: “The participation is unbelievable, they have come from all around the world, from 20 countries. There are over 300 participants, many more than we expected.”

    Brandon Biggins, the head of the Philadelphia Beard and Moustache Club in the US said: “I’ve won some competitions in the States so I decided to take my beard globally and see if I can do anything over here.”

    Nick Thomas from New Zealand read about the competition online and decided to grow a beard to take part: “I saw this online on Facebook and a few other sites about a year or so ago and thought I’d come and have a look, grow a beard and see what happens.”