The fairy tales, and the hair, are about hair care.
But the science behind the world of hair care is even more interesting.
A new study has found that, in general, there’s a much better chance for people with dark hair to live longer and be healthier than those with light hair.
The study, which looked at nearly 3,000 people over a 10-year period, found that the risk of dying younger is significantly lower among people with darker hair.
The researchers also found that people with lighter hair tended to have fewer chronic diseases, less risk of cancer and had lower rates of cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes, high blood pressure and hypertension.
They also found fewer people were getting hair transplants.
“There are very few people with very dark hair,” said Dr. Daniel C. Reis, one of the authors of the study and a dermatologist at the University of California, Los Angeles.
“There are people with a fair amount of hair.
But that’s not what we’re looking at here.
We’re looking only at people with black hair.”
Dr. Reiss said he was surprised that the researchers found no evidence that lighter hair has any benefits in the general population.
If you want to keep your dark hair, it doesn’t matter how long it’s been, said Reis.
“You just need to get rid of it.
We don’t care about what you look like, just get rid.”