Gingers redhead types
Red hair (or ginger hair) occurs naturally in 1–2% of the human population. It occurs more . or RHA) on chromosome 4 may also be related to red hair. In species other than primates, red hair has different genetic origins and mechanisms.
5 Apr 13 amazing facts about redheads that everyone needs to know. Red hair is a beautiful genetic mutation. Scotland boasts the highest percentage of natural redheads, with 13% (40% might carry the gene there) while Ireland comes in second with 10%.
12 Jan It's International Kiss A Ginger Day, apparently. What better time to ponder the prevalence of redheads around the world? Globally, red hair is.
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5 Risks of Being a Redhead
5 Health Risks of Being a Redhead
Description:Introduction About 1 to 2 percent of the human population has red hair. Redheads have genes to thank for their tresses. Research shows red hair usually results from a mutation in a gene called MC1R , which codes for the melanocortin-1 receptor. The pigment found in redhair that makes it red is called pheomelanin. But redheads as a group have more in common than only their hair color -- certain health conditions appear to be more common among people with red hair. Here are five health risks linked with being a redhead.