Education, income impact heart attack survival

06/26/2008 | Yahoo!

A new study found that affluent, well-educated patients were more likely to survive a heart attack, compared with lower-income, less-educated patients. Education could influence a person's housing, income, health insurance, health literacy and access to nutritious food, the researchers said.

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