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Topic - Anne Tybjaerg-Hansen
Want a clue to your risk of heart disease? Look in the mirror. People who look old _ with receding hairlines, bald heads, creases near their ear lobes or bumpy deposits on their eyelids _ have a greater chance of developing of heart disease than younger-looking people the same age do, new research suggests.
Want a clue to your risk of heart disease? Look in the mirror. People who look old — receding hairlines, bald heads, creases near their ear lobes or bumpy deposits on their eyelids — have a greater chance of developing heart disease than younger-looking people the same age do, new research suggests.
"Looking old for your age marks poor cardiovascular health," said Dr. Anne Tybjaerg-Hansen of the University of Copenhagen in Denmark.