Scientists have learned to predict diseases by month of birth

Scientists from the University of Alicante (Spain) learned to predict the disease of the people depending on the month of their birth. Reported by the Daily Mail, reports

People born in September, in comparison with those who were born in January, about three times more likely to suffer from thyroid diseases. Men born in August, about two times more likely to suffer from asthma than those who were born in the beginning of the year. Born in June, compared with the average, 34% less likely to suffer depression and 22% suffer less pain in the lower back.

Women born in June, 33% less likely to suffer with migraine and 35% less face problems associated with menopause than others. Born in July, women are 27% more likely to have high blood pressure and 40 percent more likely to suffer from urinary incontinence.

Recall that scientists have figured out how soon symptoms of cancer.