A new report from the Healthcare Commission and Audit Commission assesses impact of government policy has had: narrowing health inequalities, reduce improving sexual and mental health, and smoking, alcohol abuse and obesity.
But health inequalities are not narrowing by differences across the country and between workers and employees. From 2004 to 2006, life expectancy for men is lowest in Manchester – 73 years – and was highest in Kensington and Chelsea – at 83 years. The life expectancy gap over over the last decade. Continue reading “Reduce improving sexual and mental health.”