According to a new study, people who look old have a greater chance of developing of heart disease than younger-looking people the same age do.
Researchers looked for such things as receding hairlines, bald heads, creases near the ear lobes and bumpy deposits on the eyelids. People who have at least three of these traits have a 57 percent higher risk for heart attack – and a 39 percent higher risk for heart disease.
Don’t worry … Wrinkles elsewhere on the face and gray hair seemed like they’re just ordinary things that happen when we age and don’t have anything to do with heart risks. (WisTV.com)