Heart disease: People with deep wrinkles on forehead ’10 times more likely’ to be at risk


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Researchers found that blood vessels in the forehead are particularly fine, which could mean they are more sensitive to the build-up of plaque that is a hallmark of atherosclerosis.

“In atherosclerosis, plaque builds up inside the arteries, making them less elastic and narrowing them down over time,” says Medical News Today.

It adds: “This limits the supply of oxygen-rich blood to the body’s major organs, which, in turn, may lead to a range of diseases — depending on which organ is affected.


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