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“…Women with secondary or higher education had higher odds of being overweight, while being employed was identified as a predictor of overweight/obesity in Nigeria and South Africa. Our findings also agree with these earlier studies, as socio-economic status is one of the major predictors of overweight/obesity in both countries [ 51 , 64 , 68 , 69 ]. In addition, research indications have revealed that higher education attainment is associated with the better health status of the community, owing to an improvement in socio-economic status [ 68 , 69 ], health literacy and health behaviors [ 65 , 66 ], and self-control and empowerment [ 51 , 64 , 69 ].…”
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“…Women with secondary or higher education had higher odds of being overweight, while being employed was identified as a predictor of overweight/obesity in Nigeria and South Africa. Our findings also agree with these earlier studies, as socio-economic status is one of the major predictors of overweight/obesity in both countries [ 51 , 64 , 68 , 69 ]. In addition, research indications have revealed that higher education attainment is associated with the better health status of the community, owing to an improvement in socio-economic status [ 68 , 69 ], health literacy and health behaviors [ 65 , 66 ], and self-control and empowerment [ 51 , 64 , 69 ].…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 94%
“…Our findings also agree with these earlier studies, as socio-economic status is one of the major predictors of overweight/obesity in both countries [ 51 , 64 , 68 , 69 ]. In addition, research indications have revealed that higher education attainment is associated with the better health status of the community, owing to an improvement in socio-economic status [ 68 , 69 ], health literacy and health behaviors [ 65 , 66 ], and self-control and empowerment [ 51 , 64 , 69 ]. This is not always the case in less developed and developing countries such as Nigeria and South Africa, where those with higher education are more likely to be overweight or obese [ 37 , 38 , 41 , 44 ].…”
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