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Education is ubiquitous with clinical care. However, not all studies support behavior change. Education is a broad term that covers the process of obtaining general knowledge personal awareness and skills training Even if it's not enough but education is a necessary component of behavioral change. This paper outlines the role of education in behavior change and offers practical recommendations for how clinicians can educate patients to help change behavior. Understanding the health benefits of education is critical to setting policy priorities especially in low-income countries. This study used data from the Economic and Social Commission of Thailand to provide comparative evidence of the health benefits of education in the country. These findings indicate that people with higher education tend to report better current health status. Reduce the likelihood of serious disease. In addition, the benefits of health education are significant among rural Thais trouble to go to the hospital 73.98% of the people agree or strongly agree this point some are willing to take risk to seek health care or some shows interest to get their health care where as others are in different opinion. This shows the significant importance of health education to the rural community. The findings also indicate the positive effects of education on health-seeking abilities, thus promoting education among vulnerable groups in rural communities and prioritizing to reduce gaps in health inequality.