6 odd signs of heart disease (slideshow)

Earlobe crease

#1 Earlobe crease

The first is known as Frank’s sign and is actually an external crease on your earlobe. It’s called Frank’s sign because it was first discovered by Dr. Sanders Frank and studies have linked it with a higher risk of atherosclerosis (a build-up of plaque in your arteries that put you in danger of heart attack).

Before you think, “Yeah, right… how could a crease in my earlobe have anything to do with my heart?” you should know that when I say that studies have linked the sign to atherosclerosis, I mean that over 40 studies have proven the association.

Yes, that’s right…

Over 40 scientific studies show that if you have a crease in your earlobe, you are at risk.

And, guess what, those earlobe creases have now even been linked to cerebrovascular diseases (that’s diseases of the blood vessels in your brain).

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