HOW CHILDHOOD EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AFFECTS QUALITY OF HEALTH ESSAY
Abstract This study will describe a framework and empirical evidence that supports the argument that childhood educational attainment affects the quality of health of an individual and is a vital medical intervention. Since various studies have already developed and linked the concepts of education and health, this study, through a systematic literature review, will discuss a broad range of empirical studies to clarify the link between the wealth and health and explore the implications of the level of education achieved and health outcomes. HOW CHILDHOOD EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AFFECTS QUALITY OF HEALTH ESSAY Therefore, the principal objective of this study will be to explore the hypothesis that better education leads to better health. Since the study will be based on a systematic literature review, it will involve the identification of the various references of previous studies relating to education and health after which the data and findings will be analyzed to conclude. The primary trend found as a result of the analysis of Hahn et al. (2016) and Zimmerman, Emily, Steven and Amber (2015) is that households with lower income have limited resources required to maintain good health and have also experienced anxieties that aggravate the health problems that they experience. HOW CHILDHOOD EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AFFECTS QUALITY OF HEALTH ESSAY The main finding of the study is that the association of education with good health can be attributed to the more significant work opportunities that people from high-income households enjoy and the greater sense of social support along with healthier behaviors that come with their social status. Education is thus a crucial component of health, and this study argues that educational attainment is a primary multifaceted cause of good health. Education is primarily a powerful way of eradicating poverty and promoting good health either physically or psychologically. Therefore people with little education, poor skills, and limited economic resources have diminished chances of achieving positive health outcomes.