Tag Archives: Affluent Areas in England

Health Inequalities, Social Inequality and Inequalities in Life Expectancy: Recent History and Policy Implications (King’s Fund)

Summary It has been known for some time that persons living in neighbourhood areas with higher levels of income deprivation have statistically lower life expectancy and disability-free life expectancy. This relationship has become known as the “Marmot curve”. This report … Continue reading

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Evidence for Local Action on Reducing Health Inequalities (Public Health England / UCL IHE / BBC News)

Summary Public Health England (PHE) has released a collection of evidence papers on the social determinants of poor health, to support interventions on the social issues which result in health inequalities. Practical advice, and examples of local interventions shown to … Continue reading

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On the Relationships Between Socio-Economic Deprivation and Health Inequalities (Rowntree Foundation / BBC News / ONS)

Summary Researchers at the Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF) investigated hundreds of theories about how income influences health. The “How does money influence health?” report identifies four main – often overlapping – ways in which money (absolute and relative income inequalities) … Continue reading

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