Bhattacharya (Stanford) and colleagues find educational attainment reduces heart disease
"Study: Stay in School to Skip Heart Disease" - US News & World Report. 6/25/2019.
"Researchers from the University of California-San Francisco and Stanford University pulled from two national surveys to analyze data on more than 75,000 adults born between 1900 and 1950, and found that the longer people were required to spend in school while younger, the lower their risk was of developing heart disease later in life."
Additional Media Coverage:
"More years of childhood education may reduce adult heart disease risk" - Medical Xpress. 6/25/2019.