Study shows severe North-South gap in health in modern Britain21 Century Britain experienced a severe North-South gap in health between social classes, warn researchers in this week’s BMJ.Based on data from the 2001 UK census, a team at the University of Liverpool explored social class inequalities in health in adults between 25 and 64 years.Census respondents were asked to rate their overall health in the past 12 months. Prices poor heath by gender by sex, social class and region.
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