In a world of 7.87 billion people, there are only about a 100 cases of Uncombable Hair Syndrome (UHS). It is commonly visible in children of three to 12 years of age, which is why its intriguing effects are usually visible only on adorable babies that take to modeling for social media, making us feel better about our own bad hair days. Their spikes are not because they gave a finger into the cartoonish light socket or because they managed to evade the morning combing. In fact, there’s a lot behind that glistening mane that you might not know about. A rare and vastly unheard of disease, it is UHS that lends a silvery-blonde or straw-coloured hair to these patients, leaving their hair unruly and uncombable.
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