Health inequalities persist in Scotland, finds nationwide survey
Source: The Scotsman
2016’s annual Scottish Health Survey results have shown that people who live in the most deprived areas of Scotland have poorer health and are less likely to exercise than those in the richest parts of the country.
Public Health Minister Aileen Campbell believes that the solution to the health inequalities crisis is through championing new, free ambitions, like making Scotland the World’s first “Daily Mile nation”.
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