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Cardiovascular risk factors, such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol, high body mass index and physical inactivity, were associated with poorer late-life cognition. This association was stronger in those with lower educational attainment compared to those with higher education.
New evidence for the importance of educational attainment in brain health | University of Helsinki www.helsinki.fi

A Finnish twin study suggests that the deteriorative effects of cardiovascular risk factors on late-life cognition are stronger in individuals with lower education compared to those with higher education.