Health and Wellbeing
Women in The Richest Areas Enjoy Two Decades More of Healthy Life Than Their Poorer Sisters. Welcome to Unequal England.
Professors Kate Pickett and Richard Wilkinson reference statistics developed by the Equality Trust in an Observer article on health inequalities.
Poverty is preventing some children from achieving 'their developmental potential', according to a new three paper series from the Lancet. It found that while most families are able to provide nurturing care for their children, many cannot because of poverty and a lack of supportive policies.
The Equality Trust quoted in the Daily Express discussing shocking statistics from the ONS on life expectancy and health inequality between the richest and poorest.
Responding to today’s report from the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH) that found poverty and inequality is blighting children’s lives, with those from the most deprived backgrounds
The Equality Trust quoted in The Times discussing shocking statistics from the ONS on life expectancy and health inequality between the richest and poorest
The Equality Trust quoted in the Daily Mirror discussing shocking statistics from the ONS on life expectancy and health inequality between the richest and poorest.
The Equality Trust was quoted in The Daily Telegraph,
For at least 40 years, research evidence has been accumulating that societies with bigger income differences between rich and poor tend to have worse health and higher homicide rates. More recently, this has been contextualised by observations that more unequal societies not only suffer higher
An essay by Alex Bax, Chief Executive of Pathway and Chair of our affiliated local group My Fair London, for the APPG Health/Health Foundation collection, ‘A healthier life for a
This research update explains the key findings of recent research on the mechanisms that link high inequality and low mental and physical health and social cohesion.