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Heart disease: Staying in education 'could slash YOUR risk by substantial amount'

The study suggests that doing a three year degree course at university reduces the risk of heart disease by around a third.

The findings, published by The BMJ, provide the strongest evidence to date that increasing the number of years that people spend in the education system may lower their risk of developing coronary heart disease by a “substantial” amount.

Many studies have found that people who spend more time in education have a lower risk of developing coronary heart disease.

But the association may be due to ‘confounding’ from ot…
Daily Express :: Health Feed

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