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Sir Michael Marmot's
IHE team

We need to be shocked into action about why wealth still dictates life expectancy

30th November 2015 06:16

This article responds to the the release of the Marmot Indicators 2015.

Mason highlights that IHE plots both life expectancy AND the years you can expect to live free of a disability. 

'As you would expect, people live longer in richer neighbourhoods. But the clearest inequalities are found when it comes to disability. A man in Blackpool – the poorest neighbourhood – could expect to live 55 years without disability. In Wokingham, the richest neighbourhood, you are, on average, going to reach the age of 71 – a difference of more than 16 years.' - Paul Mason

By Paul Mason - Guardian