London: Scientists have claimed that our toenails can indicate if we are going to have lung cancer.
Clippings could be used to predict the risk years before the disease actually develops, they suggest.
In a study conducted to measure nicotine levels in toenail samples from both smokers and non-smokers, the team of scientists at the University of San Diego in California, found those with the highest readings were over three times more likely to get cancer than those with the lowest, The Sun reports.
Over 10 percent with the highest levels had never smoked....more
11:08 AM, Mar 09, 2011