PREMIUM TALKING TIPS: What Accounts for Variations in Height?

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Don’t have any idea on what topic to discuss for Premium Talking Today? Then, please check out this article by McGill.

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It’s nice to be tall. Tall people are more likely to get hired, get promoted and are paid better than their shorter counterparts. They can reach things from high shelves, have unobstructed views at parades, and are consistently rated as being more attractive than others. Overall, it seems like a sweet deal.

If you are short and someone points that out, you get depressed. The New England Journal of Medicine also suggested that shorter people are at higher risk for heart disease.

However, you might find some solace from a study published in PLOS One that found that shorter people lived longer or another study that suggested that taller people are at increased risk for cancer.


To read the full article, please click here.

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