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Tuesday, 6 December 2011

Unique Reference 4 Prediction of Health

WHEN predict a healthy person, usually we will refer to those who diligently exercising every day and eat healthy foods. However, there are you know some of the references used in predicting a person's health, of which the following is quoted from Reader Digest.

1. Finger length

A 1500 study comparing men with prostate cancer with 3,000 men are likely to find men aged over 60 years who have a longer index finger than ring finger has a 33 percent lower risk of prostate cancer. The younger man even had a reduced risk of up to 87 percent.

2. Time of birth

I have found no significant evidence. However, a number of studies indicate estrogen exposure firstborn gets more so at higher risk of testicular cancer. The eldest son is also suspected to have a greater risk of suffering from leukemia as a child-right.

3. Grip strength

According to a study that was held for 25 years of 6,000 men aged 45-68 years, grip strength is the best reference in predicting their health when older. Men with a weak grip twice the risk of paralysis. Meanwhile, those who are able strongly predicted to have a longer survival.

4. Loss

In a study conducted researchers from Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women's Hospital, proven pattern of hair loss associated with the risk of heart disease. Especially that bald in the middle of the head.


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