Can looking old impact your heart’s health?

       
November 7th, 2012 | Contributed by:

Can looking old impact your heart's health?Wrinkles, puffy eyes and other signs of aging can have a lousy effect on your social life, but did you know that they can also indicate cardiovascular health issues?

In a recent study by the University of Copenhagen, researchers found that people with certain signs of aging, like fatty deposits around the eyelids and creased earlobes, were 39 percent more likely to develop heart disease and 57 percent more likely to have a heart attack, HealthDay News reported.

While the study spanned 35 years and the results could vary depending on lifestyle and hereditary factors, these findings could have significant consequences.

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