Baldness has been around for a very long time, and it's not anything people look forward to. It's a tough process, and the results can easily whittle away at a person's self esteem and confidence (the Patrick Stewarts and Ving Rhames' of the world being the exception, of course). Most of the supposed "miracle cures" on the market right now are little more than bald-faced lies, and the search for an actual cure has been plagued with red hairings. That could all change in as little as two years, though: It looks like scientists have actually discovered a cure for baldness. The Telegraph To recap: a specific enzyme seems to be responsible for hair loss, and by inhibiting it, the damage could be entirely reversed. There are already other drugs on the market that attack this enzyme (for the purposes of asthma), so researchers are hopeful that this could be quickly produced and marketed. Of course, there will have to be tests and trials on the eventual product to determine if it's actually safe and/or effective, so there are no guarantees. Here's hoping this hair product makes the final cut.