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Population Europe Inter-Faces: Ross McMillan

An interview with Ross McMillan (Bocconi University) on health over the life course.

Questions:

1. I often hear that highly educated people are healthier in old age. Do I have to worry now because I don’t have a university degree?

2. What explains the health differences between people who otherwise live in similar circumstances?

3. How exactly can my cognitive abilities have an impact on my health?

4. Which impact could your findings have on policy makers? Should there be compulsory health education for young children in school for example?