Media Appearances by Dr. Nicole Rogers
Spot On! Podcast - "Should you put your hair on a diet?" Dr. Rogers was interviewed by Boston University Clinical Professor of Nutrition Dr. Joan Salge Blake on the subject of best nutritional approaches to hair loss. Airing October 6th, 2022.
WWL TV News - “An Old Medicine Grows New Hair for Pennies a Day,”. Dr. Rogers was visited by reporter Meg Farris to discuss the use of oral minoxidil to treat hair loss. Aired at 5pm on August 25, 2022. Watch the interview.
“Hair on Air” Podcast – Dr. Rogers spoke with host and fellow hair transplant surgeon Dr. Gorana Kuka-Epstein about the numerous causes of telogen effluvium in women. Aired via Instagram on July 12, 2021.
The Dermatologist Magazine – “Treating androgenetic alopecia: a review of nonsurgical options.” Dr. Rogers spoke with staff writer Peter Sonnenreich about non-surgical options for hair loss, including the relative lack of data for things like biotin. July 2020.
WWL TV News - “Doctors researching connection between male pattern baldness and severe COVID-19 cases.” Dr Rogers spoke with Meg Farris about the link between androgen receptor sensitivity (associated with hair loss) and susceptibility to severe coronavirus infections. July 7, 2020. Watch the Interview.
Well+Good – “Derms explain what to look for in a shampoo for psoriasis.” Dr. Rogers discusses the difference between scalp psoriasis and seborrheic dermatitis and the best treatments for psoriasis. February 16, 2020. https://www.wellandgood.com/good-looks/shampoo-for-psoriasis/
WWL TV - “Do LED Devices Help Regrow Thinning Hair?” Dr. Rogers discusses the science behind low-level light therapy devices for male and female pattern hair loss with reporter Meg Farris. December 3, 2019. https://www.wwltv.com/article/news/health/do-led-devices-help-regrow-thinning-hair/289-1fcf4578-340a-4dc2-bca0-e105576e8cfb
Nexus Media News – “Air Pollution Could Literally Cause you to Lose your Hair.” Dr. Rogers weighed in on a recent study showing a connection between pollution and hair loss. November 12, 2019. https://nexusmedianews.com/air-pollution-could-literally-cause-you-to-lose-your-hair-9a477aea9f99
Bustle.com - “How To Tell If Your Hair Needs Protein Or Moisture So You Can Choose The Right Product.” Dr. Rogers requires what role protein plays in the health of your hair. September 19, 2019. https://www.bustle.com/articles/124772-how-to-tell-if-your-hair-needs-protein-or-moisture-so-you-can-choose-the-right
Elle Magazine – “4 Steps to Follow if you Want Thicker Hair.” Dr.Rogers discusses the safety of biotin and the role of over the counter supplements for hair thinning with writer Brittany Loggins. April 23, 2019. https://www.elle.com/beauty/hair/a27228193/how-to-get-thicker-hair/
Today Website- “Viral video shows hair buildup by drugstore shampoo.” Dr. Rogers discusses the relevance of concerns over various shampoo ingredients with reporter Lindsay Lowe. April 2, 2019. https://www.today.com/style/daleen-jordan-posts-video-hair-buildup-cheap-shampoo-t151430
Prevention Magazine - 9 Best Drugstore Shampoos for Every Hair Type, according to Dermatologists. Dr. Rogers discusses the best drug store shampoos with writer Emily Schiffer. December 11, 2018. READ ARTICLE
Healthline - Why your hair grows in some places and not others. Dr. Rogers spoke with writer Patrick O'Keefe about a new basic science discovery related to hair growth. December 8, 2018. READ ARTICLE
Allure Magazine - The best hair loss treatments for any budget. Dr. Rogers is interviewed on the latest medical and cosmetic treatments for hair loss. October 15, 2018. Read more
WWL TV News “Platelet Rich Plasma for Hair Loss.” Dr. Rogers discussed the technique behind PRP and showed video clips of the procedure being performed in her office. February 1, 2016. WATCH SEGMENT
Marie Claire Magazine “Through Thick and Thin” Dr. Rogers discussed female pattern hair loss with writer Ning Chao. February 2016.* MarieClaire2016.pdf
Wall Street Journal “Burning Question: Do you need to rotate shampoos?” Dr. Rogers spoke with freelance writer Heidi Mitchell about whether it is really necessary to change shampoos. December 15, 2015. READ ARTICLE
WWL TV News “Hair Thickening Tips.” Dr. Rogers demonstrated instant hair thickening shampoos, conditioners, powders, sprays, and fibers with morning new anchor Sheba Turk on Labor day. September 7, 2015. WATCH SEGMENT
Men’s Health Magazine“Everything you need to know about Dandruff (Including how to get rid of it.” June 9th, 2015. Dr. Rogers spoke with the editors of men’s health about tips for treating seborrheic dermatitis. READ ARTICLE
Allure Magazine. Dr. Rogers spoke with Patrick Rogers about tips to avoid graying hair. March 2015.
Huffington Post: “Hair Loss Cure Isn’t Here Yet, But Experimental Stem Cell Approach Looks Promising.” Dr. Rogers discussed with reporter David Freeman how advances in stem cells may improve outcomes for those with hair loss. January 30, 2015. READ ARTICLE
WWL TV News: “Study: Smoking and obesity can lead to premature hair graying.” Dr. Rogers discusses new data about graying hair with medical reporter Meg Farris. January 14, 2015. WATCH SEGMENT
Fast Company Magazine: “The End of Shampoo?” Dr. Rogers spoke with writer Rebecca Greenfield about the myths and misconceptions of the no-poo movement. October 8, 2014. Read article
Harper’s Bazaar Magazine: “Tricks to Thicker Hair.” Dr. Rogers discussed medical therapies, laser hair treatments, and thickening agents like the new Cerafill line of products by Redken. October 2014. Read article
More Magazine: “New Beauty Rules at 30, 40, 50, and 60: What to do, when to do it.” Dr. Rogers discussed the use of topical minoxidil to treat thinning hair, as well as newer versions of minoxidil by Pantene and Redken Cerafill Retaliate Hair Regrowth Treatment. October 2014.
WDSU Sunday Morning News: Dr. Rogers explained how new data shows how laser hair combs can in fact help regrow hair lost due to male or female pattern thinning. August 24, 2014. Watch Segment
WWL Radio: “Sun warnings apparently falling on deaf ears.” Dr. Rogers discussed the importance of sun safety especially during the spring months of Jazz Fest and French Quarter Fest in New Orleans. April 28, 2014. Read article
Health.com: “Cutting Back on Shampoo? 15 Things You Should Know.” Dr. Rogers explains the pros and cons of the ‘no-poo’ movement. February 2014. Read article
W Radio: Dr. Rogers speaks with Spanish language radio listeners about the controversial topic of whether or not to shave pubic hair. January 23, 2014. Listen to segment
Fitness Magazine: Dr. Rogers answers a Q&A from a reader about how to avoid losing eyelashes, and ways to boost the appearance of your lashes. Nov/Dec 2013.
Real Simple Magazine: “What Can I Do About Hair Loss?” Dr. Rogers discussed causes of traction alopecia, and how to prevent it. July 2013.
Better Homes and Gardens: “Thin-spiration!” Dr. Rogers spoke with reporter Ellen Miller about how to get thicker-looking hair. November 2012.
Sirius XM “Doctor Radio” Interview with Dr. Michael Whitlow discussing various causes of alopecia as well as treatment tips for summertime pool hair. July 26, 2012.
Wall Street Journal: “Quick Cures/Quack Cures: Swimming Pool Hair.” Interview with Heidi Mitchell discussing how green “pool hair” is not due to chlorine, as many believe, but rather to the sequestering of copper ions from old brass pipes or pumps which can be dissolved into the hair. July 24, 2012.
WGNO TV News: “Dark Skin Issues.” Interview with New Orleans news anchor Camille Whitworth about acne pigmentation, dermatosis papulosa nigra, acral lentiginous melanoma, pseudofolliculitis barbae, and acne keloidalis, all skin conditions affecting patients with darker skin types. June 2012.
Fox TV News: “Summer Skin Dangers.” Dr. Rogers spoke with New Orleans news anchor Liz Reyes about phytophotodermatitis, seaweed dermatitis, and hot tub folliculitis on the noon broadcast. June 13, 2012.
WGNO TV News: “Female Hair Loss” Dr. Rogers was interviewed by New Orleans anchor Camille Whitworth about the various causes of hair loss in women and what treatments are available. October 25, 2011.
WebMD. “Ask the Dermatologist.” Dr. Rogers was interviewed for 4 web episodes about how to achieve great skin through nutrition and other means. Segments recorded onwww.webmd.com:
“Best of Ask the Dermatologist.” May 10, 2012.
“Warding off Wrinkles.” April 12, 2012.
“African American Skin.” March 8, 2012.
“Dry Skin and Skin Tone Help.” February 9, 2012.
“Diet for Great Skin.” January 12, 2012.
WebMD. “Ask the Hair Health Specialist.” Dr. Rogers was featured in 6 web episodes addressing solutions for hair loss and other hair changes over time.
“Hair Damage: Causes and Solutions.” March 21, 2012.
“Hair Care in your 30’s, 40’s, and 50’s.” February 15, 2012.
“Myths and Facts.” January 18, 2012.
“Gray and Thin, the Fix is in.” December 21, 2011.
“Common Hair Problems.” November 16, 2011.
“Better Hair Now.”October 19, 2011.
The Baton Rouge Advocate: “Hair Today: Modern techniques offer tools to combat baldness.” Dr. Rogers spoke with reporter Ellyn Couvillion. January 6, 2010.
EHealth Radio. “Treatments that exist for hair loss.” January 9, 2011. LISTEN TO PODCAST
Jefferson Parish Magazine “Hair loss and hair transplantation.” Dr. Rogers spoke with reporter Walt Bennetti about various hair loss treatments. July 2011.
The Saturday Evening Post. “Quest for Hair” by Ralph Dittman, M.D. & Patrick Perry, M.P.H. Dr. Rogers was featured as hair loss expert in addressing female pattern hair loss. Her patient was interviewed about the hair transplantation process, and the emotional aspects involved. May-June 2011.
WWL TV News: “New Local Treatment for Hair loss.” Dr Rogers spoke with health reporter Meg Farris in on the use of low-level light therapy for hair loss treatment. May 13, 2011.
WGNO TV News: “A Helmet that Grows Hair?” Dr. Rogers spoke with ABC health reporter Catherine Shreves about low-level light therapy as a treatment for hair loss. Feb 28, 2011.
WWL TV News: “Hair Loss Aids: What works and what doesn’t.” Dr. Rogers and her patient discuss the process of hair transplantation with WWL medical reporter Meg Farris. August 15, 2009. WATCH SEGMENT