February 15, 2009

Boomers are facing more issues as they are looking for jobs again.

Baby Boomers are dealing with a lot of hard issues today. If they are lucky enough to still have a job, they still face the daily stress of how long that may last. We are hearing more lay offs every week, by the thousands! In the times of their lives when they were all just beginning to think about getting away from the grind of the years of dealing with daily stress on the job site, to go to the cabin in the woods, golf course or some sunny location, they are discovering that they have to get back in the saddle and compete with the Gen Y's and X's for the few jobs still available.

Many Boomers are wondering how will they compete with the younger generations also looking for jobs and may be looking to gain a more youthful appearance. One issue facing so many Boomers can be graying hair or losing their hair. One option some may be thinking about could be getting a hair transplant

If you are one of the thousands of people who want to look into hair restoration, here is some important information.

The International Alliance of Hair Restoration Surgeons is a consumer
organization that selectively screens skilled and ethical hair transplant surgeons. The IAHRS does not offer an open membership policy to doctors practicing hair transplantation, and is the only group that recognizes that all
surgeons are not equal in their skill and technique. Its elite membership seeks to represent the best in the discipline, the true leaders in the field of surgical hair restoration. The IAHRS is the only hair transplant consumer organization recognized and recommended by The American Hair Loss Association.

Membership in the International Alliance of Hair Restoration Surgeons (IAHRS) is a privilege accorded only to a select and elite group of physicians of the highest moral and professional standards; it is not a right granted automatically to every applicant. Membership is not open to all physicians practicing surgical hair restoration. The ethical principals adopted by The International Alliance of Hair Restoration Surgeons define the essentials of honorable behavior for the physician.

The IAHRS also has an lnfo Center that features articles and questions answered from hair transplant surgeon contributing editors, all members of the IAHRS and recommended by The American Hair Loss Association.

Find out more information from http://www.iahrs.org/

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