Institute of Health Equity: Health Inequalities, Lives Cut Short

Institute of Health Equity: Health Inequalities, Lives Cut Short

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Institute of Health Equity: Health Inequalities, Lives Cut Short

This new report from the Institute of Health Equity (IHE) confirms that a million people in 90% of areas in England lived shorter lives than they should between 2011 and the start of the pandemic. Using several published ONS data sources, the IHE made these calculations from the number of excess deaths (the increase in the number of deaths beyond that would be expected) in the decade from 2011 in England.

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