Published in Medical Letter on the CDC and FDA, March 31st, 2002
The findings suggest that more educated women make better decisions about their personal health, and that higher income means access to better medical care, the CDC.
About 28% of women with diabetes failed to complete high school, compared with 12% of women without the disease, according to the study, a random nationwide telephone survey conducted in 2000.
About 40% of diabetic women make less than $25,000 a year, compared with 22% of women without...
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