Life expectancy of poorest women in England falls as experts warn of growing health inequalities ITV Report Online

This ITV article discusses how 'life expectancy of the poorest women in England has fallen in the past decade as the health gap widened between the most and least deprived parts of the country, a study has found'.

'Professor Sir Michael Marmot, who led the study, said the rise in life expectancy, which had generally improved by about one year every four years for a century up until 2010, had “slowed dramatically” in the past decade'.

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