The annual Health Survey for England (HSE), published today finds that profound health inequalities continue to exist between the rich and poor. Chronic long term illness is more likely to be found among the least well off, and so too are the behaviours that lead to ill health. Our Chief Executive, Penny Young comments on the scale of the challenge of public health inequalities for government.
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HSE, Health Survey for England, health and wellbeing