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Association of socioeconomic status measured by education, and cardiovascular health: a population-based cross-sectional study
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    Relationship between education and cardiovascular health: potential confounders
    • Reeta Devi, Assistant Professor,
    • Other Contributors:
      • Mongjam Meghachandra Singh, Bimla Kapoor


    The present study highlights the role of educational status on the cardiovascular health status of the study population. As identified by the authors, education as a proxy measure of socio-economic status has its own limitations and hence the title should have focused on educational level only. The study tool used for getting information on physical exercise also has some limitation. The question on physical...

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