Independent and joint associations of race/ethnicity and educational attainment with sleep-related symptoms in a population-based US sample
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Highlights•Cross-sectional analysis of 2012 US National Health Interview Survey data•Lower education was associated with adverse sleep-related symptomatology among Whites.•Education and sleep health associations were less consistent among the other racial/ethnic groups.•Research is needed to show whether increases in education reduce racial/ethnic sleep disparities.

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