People in the north ‘unhealthier’ than those in the south

In Manchester men enjoy just 55.6 years of healthy living

People who live in the north of England are unhealthier than those in the south, an analysis shows. The Office for National Statistics looked at the amount of physical exercise a person does, how many fruit and vegetables they eat and their drinking and smoking habits. Tower Hamlets is the least healthy, with men enjoying on average 54 years of good health and women 52.4 years. The research, reported by the Daily Mail, shows nine of the bottom 10 boroughs for healthy life expectancy were in the north or in the Midlands. Excerpt from Health Insurance Daily, read the full article here.

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