According to a new study, men who go gray – regardless of age – are at a higher risk of suffering a heart attack.
Scientists gave study subjects a "hair whitening score" – which was the ratio of white hair to their prior color – and found guys who had a higher score were 31% more likely to have coronary artery disease.
Of course, this doesn’t mean every man with gray hair will deal with heart issues.
But going gray might be a good signal for men to start taking their heart health a bit more seriously. (Men’s Health)