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What does education do to our health

@inproceedings{Groot2006WhatDE,
  title={What does education do to our health},
  author={Wim Groot and Henri{\"e}tte Maassen van den Brink},
  year={2006}
}
Education and health are the two most important characteristics of human capital. Their economic value lies in the effects they have on productivity: both education and health make individuals more productive. Education and health have a considerable impact on individual well-being, as well. The wealth of nations is to a large extent determined by the educational attainment and the health status of its population. According to the 2003 Human Development Report, ““Education, health, nutrition… 

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