Does More Education Make Lower Blood Pressure?

Sometimes, you read about a study and you have to think to yourself, “Who is the person who decided that it was really necessary to fund this study — isn’t it completely obvious just by giving it just a modicum of thought?” For example, they actually did a study to determine whether children that were given balls and jump ropes were more active than children who did not have such options — no surprise, the children with exercise equipment are more active! Next, they’ll try telling us that children with a television watch more television than children who have a book but no television.

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