California’s ‘shaved heads’ trend will continue as the state’s economy continues to grow

California’s “shaved head” trend has already surpassed $1 billion, and the trend will likely continue to grow even as the economy grows.

According to a new report from the U.S. Census Bureau, California’s population is expected to reach 4.9 million by 2020, an increase of more than 5 percent over the current year.

The state’s population growth is expected in tandem with a steady increase in the number of people with some form of chronic health condition.

California has seen a steady rise in the percentage of people in the state who have some form and degree of chronic disease over the past several decades, according to the report.

The increase in prevalence of this condition was also seen in the nation as a whole, and it will continue to rise in California over the next few years, the report noted.

California’s state health department released a report this week that said there were about 7,000 cases of people who had no visible signs of the disease in California in the first six months of this year, the highest number since records began in 2008.

The report also noted that a total of 9,700 people have tested positive for C. difficile in California so far this year.

California also has one of the highest rates of deaths due to C.difficile, according the report, which was published earlier this month.

In addition, the state also has more people with chronic conditions than any other state.

In a statement, the U