Going bald early ‘raises heart risk’: People who go grey or lose their hair before the age of 40 are five times more likely to suffer issues

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Men who go grey or bald in their 20s or 30s may be at greater risk suffering a heart attack, research suggests.

People who lose their hair or go grey before the age of 40 are five times as likely to also suffer heart problems at an early age, scientists found.

The discovered it was an even bigger risk factor than obesity, which raised the risk of early heart disease four times.

Experts suspect premature balding and grey hair are red flags that the body is ageing too fast.

94b23829d1c1cf6d7cae9ed3edad445c Going bald early 'raises heart risk': People who go grey or lose their hair before the age of 40 are five times more likely to suffer issues

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