If You Have A Crease In Your Earlobe It Means THIS About Your Health..I Never Knew This!






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The human body is truly a miraculous thing to behold. It grows and changes over time and can even heal itself after accidents and sickness. The body also has a unique way of telling us about potential health risks that medical tests don’t pick up. Though the collection of health data over thousands of years, doctors has made several conclusions about certain characteristics of the body which can point to health issues down the road. While most of these signs are genetic, knowing about them can help you adjust your lifestyle to make up for the potential risks.

One such sign that was unveiled in the American Journal of Medicine has to do with the earlobe. According to researchers, if you have a crease in one earlobe, you risks of cardiovascular disease are increased by 33%. If you have creases in both earlobes, this chance increases to 77%. Similarly, those who are A, B, or AB blood types are 44% more likely to develop pancreatic cancer than people who have type O, according to the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.


In terms of body types, women over 5 feet 2 inches tall have been found to have lower life expectancies than shorter women. In fact, women over this height rarely live past the age of 100. For those with naturally wider waists have nearly four times the risk of developing dementia in their 70’s. Luckily diet and exercise have been shown to help reduce this risk.


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