What Does Your Body Reveal About Your Health?

Human health can be predicted accoring the appearance of our body. Some body changes may be associated with higher or lower risk of occurrence of some diseases.


Information is beautiful – presents the results of numerous medical studies and statistical probabilities to certain diseases in an innovative way.

Higher risk

Baldness – a higher risk of heart disease and stroke

People higher than average – higher risk of ovarian and pancreatic cancer

Blue eyes – increased risk of anemia

Decreased function of the thyroid gland – a higher risk of Alzheimer’s

Bigger breasts – higher risk of breast cancer

Silicone breasts – the risk of suicide

Blood type O – higher risk of cholera and bleeding nose

Blood type A – the risk of anemia and gastric cancer

Blood group AB – higher risk of dementia and poor memory

Left-handers – greater propensity for pedophilia

Fat on the belly – the risk of kidney disease

Overweight people – higher risk of gallbladder disease

Underweight people – a higher risk of dementia

Constipation – a higher risk of Parkinson’s disease

Circumcised penis – a higher risk of autism

Short legs – a higher risk of liver disease

Weak leg calves – higher risk of stroke

Lower risk

Allergies – lower risk of brain tumor

Developed muscles – lower risk of cancer

Symmetrical breasts – lower risk of breast cancer

Eczema – lower risk of cysts in the brain

Blood type O – lower risk of heart disease and malaria

Blood type A – lower risk of viral infections

Blood group AB – lower risk of stomach ulcers

Fat on the abdomen – lower risk of macular degeneration

Slightly increased weight – lower risk of premature death

Strong hips – lower risk of heart disease

Big buttock – lower risk of diabetes type II


Less risk: stroke, cancer of the head and neck, diabetes

Higher risk: rheumatoid arthritis, lung cancer, depression, HIV infection, glaucoma


Less risk: osteoporosis, glucose intolerance, multiple sclerosis

Higher risk: lung cancer, tuberculosis, skin cancer, venous thrombosis, heart disease, diabetes type II, pancreatic cancer


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