A large number of moles ensures good health and long life
Scientists from Kings College London have found out that a mole – a sign of longevity. It turns out that the people on the body which can count more than 100 moles, have stronger bones that protect them from osteoporosis. They also have less wrinkles, which makes them look an average of seven years younger than the actual age, says The Daily Mail, with reference to The Sunday Times.
Among other benefits – muscle development, healthy eyes and heart. All this, according to experts, outweighs the risk of skin cancer, which is often triggered by the action of the sun reborn moles. This discovery may lead to the creation of unique, just "turn off" option of wrinkles.
Geneticist Tim Spector commented: "Until recently, all ignored moles. However, we know people with many moles are in 60 years look a few years younger. Known that the mole – the result of rapidly separating cells that produce the dark pigment, especially in childhood. they often disappear in middle age, but some moles continue to multiply. "
In the study, British researchers examined 1,200 female twins (not conjoined), aged from 18 to 79. So it turned out that the people on the body that has more than 100 moles, 50% less likely to have a predisposition to osteoporosis than men, highlighted by less than 25 moles.
The secret lies in the fact that people with a large number of moles produce white blood cells with extremely long telomeres (DNA parts that allow it to be played, preventing degeneration). The longer the telomere, the slower a person ages.