New research about the effects of looking old
Doctors say appearance could reveal clues about heart disease risk
Looking old for your age could mean you’re at risk for heart disease.
A new study presented at an American Heart Association conference finds that people with receding hairlines, baldness, creases near the ear lobes, or fatty deposits around the eyelids have a higher chance of developing heart disease.
Doctors say those aging signs indicate poor cardiovascular health.
Some good news -- wrinkles and gray hair did not increase heart risk
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