Study reveals month you were born may predict your risk of disease

The month in which you were born could help predict your risk of disease.

A new study by Columbia University found people born in October and November had the highest risk of disease.

Heart disease was associated most with March and those born in May had the lowest risk of disease.

Scientists hope the data helps them uncover new disease risk factors.
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