North-south divide in early deaths deepening, study finds

Northerners aged 25 to 44 more likely to die from causes such as suicide and smoking There has been a “profoundly concerning” rise in early deaths from accidents, suicide, alcohol misuse, smoking, cancer and drug addiction in the north of England, deepening the north-south divide, research has found.Socioeconomic deprivation has led to a particularly sharp rise in deaths among 25 to 44-year-olds , according to new data analysis from Manchester university. Continue reading…

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