Does education reduce blood pressure?

Research published in the BMC Public Health Journal suggests a link between high levels of education and low blood pressure.

While The British Heart Foundation have acknowledged the link, they stress that the main factors are  socio-economic, with those staying in education longer much more likely to be in better paid jobs and in better health generally.

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