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Parents neglecting child health, warns top GP


We can expect more of these ignorant nonsense over the coming years. Blaming individuals, for their inability to raise children, that don't have the necessary skills to lead better lives than their parents. To quote the NT "People in the most deprived areas are much more likely to die younger than those in the richest, and things are no better than during the economic depression of the 1930s, the found." This reflection was on the impact on health inequalities in modern Britain. Living in Britains poorest areas means you are twice as likely to die before 65 than those from the richest areas. Maybe the blame needs to be focused elsewhere.

Posted date

9 August, 2010

Posted time

8:18 pm