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By Sarah KnaptonScience Editor.

In the genetic lottery, slender women and tall men really do seem to have hit menn jackpot, after a huge study found that height and weight are critical to future earnings. Crucially, the findings are not based on education or childhood deprivation which are already known to affect earnings in later life.

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Scientists at Exeter University looked purely at the genetic information provided by nearlypeople in the UK biobank and compared it to their salaries. Men who had taller genes and women who had slender genes consistently did better in life, regardless of their upbringing.

It is the first study that has managed to taller men make more money apart the effects of a poor start in life from inherited characteristics. It was previously thought that people who fared worse in life were short because taller men make more money came from a deprived background and therefore had worse nutrition which stunted their growth and increased their risk of obesity.

But the new study flips that thinking on its head. It now appears that height and weight are actually driving future success or failure. There is something about being a bit shorter or heavier that can actually influence your chance in life.

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The researchers say they cannot be sure what is driving the correlation, but speculate that shorter adult singles dating in Old lyme, Connecticut (CT and overweight women are more likely to suffer from low self-esteem or depression than their taller, slimmer counterparts.

Likewise, it could be that employers would rather hire taller taller men make more money. Many studies have shown that taller men make more money business and political leaders are far taller than the average man. The team studied genetic variants that are associated with height, and 70 associated mire body mass index. They used these genetic variants, together with actual height and weight, to ask whether or not shorter stature or higher BMI could lead to lower chances in life — as measured by information the participants provided about their lives.

Their findings were stark — if a man was three inches 7. If a woman was a stone heavier 6.

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Tall women blonde beauty at giant achieved more than shorter women but the findings were not significant, the researchers said. However fatter men did not seem to fare worse than their thinner colleagues.

The height effect is cumulative. Dr Jessica Tyrrell, lead author on the study, said: A recent study by Edinburgh University found that taller men make more money men are more likely to suffer from dementia.

However taller people are more likely to lively to develop cancerwith every four inches extra monney linked to 16 per cent increase.

Shorter adults are around 50 per cent more likely to have heart disease, have a heart attack or die from the disease than tall people. The research was published in the British Medical Journal.

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Wednesday 11 September Size does matter: Alamy The researchers say they cannot be sure what is driving the correlation, but speculate that shorter men and tranny ana women are more likely to suffer from low self-esteem mkney depression than their taller men make more money, slimmer counterparts.

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