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Health divides - where you live can kill you
C. Bambra
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Policy Press
UK Publication Date

HIGHLY COMMENDED IN THE BMA BOOK AWARDS 2017Americans live three years less than their counterparts in France or Sweden. Scottish men survive two years less than English men. Across Europe, women in the poorest communities live up to ten years less than those in the richest. Revealing gaps in life expectancy of up to 25 years between places just a few miles apart, this important book demonstrates that where you live can kill you. Clare Bambra, a leading expert in public health, draws on case studies from across the globe to examine the social, environmental, economic and political causes of these health inequalities, how they have evolved over time and what they are like today. Bambra concludes by considering how health divides might develop in the future and what should be done, so that where you live is not a matter of life and death. Danny Dorling provides a foreword.

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Clare Bambra is Professor of Public Health, Institute of Health and Society at Newcastle University, UK. Her research focuses on the political, social, economic and environmental determinants of health inequalities, and the role of public policies in reducing them. She has published extensively in the field of health inequalities and contributed to numerous national and international policy reviews and inquiries. She can be followed on Twitter @ProfBambra

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Medical geography.
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xv, 303

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