Education, Income Affect Heart Attack Survival Rates

7 days ago   |   By Health

WEDNESDAY, June 25 — Being well-off and well-educated may improve your chances of surviving a heart attack , according to new report.
Researchers at the Mayo Clinic, studying medical records of heart attack patients from its home base of Olmsted County, Minn., report that those with lower incomes and less education were more likely to die after the attack than their more affluent, educated counterparts.
The study, published in the June issue of Mayo Clinic Proceedings , looked 705 people—155 of whom died—between Nov. 1, 2002 and May 31, 2006. Their findings include that:
People with the...
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