Living in disadvantaged areas lowers life expectancy

People living in disadvantaged areas have a significantly lower life expectancy, figures from the Office for National Statistics reveal. The death rate for men aged 15-64 in England and Wales's most deprived wards is 2.8 times higher than in the least deprived wards. The figures are available via www.regen.net/doc.

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