The human body can grow and change over time. It can even heal itself after some serious disease, illness or accident.
Also, our body has ability to tell us when it has potential health risks. Doctors have collected health data for several conclusions about certain characteristics of the body which can point to health issues. This data can help you to adjust your lifestyle in order to protect yourself from potential risks.
There was an interesting conclusion about some characteristics in the earlobe, which were unveiled in the American Journal of Medicine. The researchers found that a crease in one earlobe can increase the risk of cardiovascular disease for 33%. If creases appears in both earlobes, the chances of getting cardiovascular disease are increased to 77%.
Also, there is another interesting finding from Dana-Farber Cancer Institute which shows that people who are A, B, or AB blood types are 44% more likely to develop pancreatic cancer than people who have type O.
There is interesting fact about the tall of women. Those who are over 5 feet 2 inches tall have lower life expectancies than shorter women. Those who are over this height rarely live past the age of 100. Women with naturally wider waists have nearly four times the risk of developing dementia in their 70’s.
The risk of getting this kind of diseases can be reduced by healthy lifestyle, including regular exercise and diet.