Last update 09:01, December 4, 2017
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According to new research, men who become prematurely bald have a higher risk of heart disease than men who keep their locks until after age 40.
The research, reported by the BCC, found that losing hair and turning gray early was even more of a risk factor than obesity when it came to heart attacks.
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Men with the heart condition were more likely to have pbaded prematurely to gray, more than five times the risk of the control group. Male pattern baldness had a risk 5.6 times higher.
Both were worse than obesity, with a risk four times greater than the control group.
One of the suggested reasons is that graying and baldness indicate that some people are aging faster than others. 19659007] Another study in 2013 in Japan, published in BMJ online, badyzed 37,000 people and found that bald men were 32 percent more likely to have coronary heart disease.
But this study found that smoking and obesity had a higher risk, although it did not focus on younger men.
The study of the European Society of Cardiology will be presented at the annual conference of the Cardiological Society of India this week.