healthcare, Lifestyle

Hair Color Linked to Heart Disease in Men

Something’s up with this coif. Graying hair on men, an Egyptian cardiologist warns, appears linked to increased risk for coronary artery disease. A study of 545 men, whose hair was graded on a 5-point scale indicating how gray or white it was, checked heart health with coronary angiography. Researchers found that subjects half-gray or more were likely to be at greater risk of heart disease, regardless of age. The Cairo University team says more research could confirm the link — and assess similar risks in women.


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