Smoking study finds link between stroke risk, education level

08/15/2014 | HealthDay News

A study in the journal Stroke found that people who smoke and have low educational levels are at greater risk for stroke than smokers who have high educational levels. The analysis of data on more than 68,000 people in Denmark suggests reducing smoking among people with less schooling could have a greater public health benefit, a researcher said.

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