People with bald heads are at higher risk in Corona

People with bald heads are at higher risk than people with coronavirus disease, according to a study. The study was led by Carlos Wambier, a professor at Brown University in the United Kingdom, according to The Telegraph.

The researchers say that the coronavirus has a strong relationship with bald heads. In a number of cases, researchers have found evidence that baldness can be a major symptom of coronavirus disease.
Research on the subject began after the death of US physician Frank Gabrin. The doctor had a bald head. Researchers have described the risk of corona in the bald head as a ‘gabrin sign’.
The head of the research team, Professor Carlos Wambier of Brown University, told the Telegraph that baldness was predicting the severity of health risks. That means it is already making us aware about health.
After the Wuhan incident in China, researchers have found that there are higher mortality rates for men than for women. There has been a lot of research on why men are dying more than women.

Researchers say that a number of hormones in the male body, such as testosterone, are not only responsible for hair loss. This increases the risk of corona infection. That is why coronavirus can easily settle in the body of those who are bald. If treatment is taken early to reduce the levels of this hormone, it is possible to reduce the tendency of Covid-19.

A recent study in Spain found that most of those hospitalized with corona had baldness on their heads. Of the three hospitals in Madrid, 69 per cent are infected with Covid-19. However, several scientists say more research is needed. It is not possible to decide now.

Meanwhile, figures from the United Kingdom this week show that working men are twice as likely to be infected as women. Many of them had bald heads.
Recently, scientists have speculated that men are more likely to be infected than women due to uncontrolled lifestyles, smoking and differences in immunity.

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