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A new study suggests that people who “look old” have a greater chance of developing heart disease than those who look younger.
Red-flag features? Receding hairline at the temples, baldness at the crown of the head, earlobe creases or yellowish fatty deposits around the eyelids.
But wrinkles or gray hair like George Clooney? Rest easy — they have no correlation with heart risks.