Monday, November 05, 2018

TROUBLE UP NORTH and it’s no joke.

and it’s no joke. 

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. 

Northerners in that age group were 47% more likely to die from cardiovascular complications, 109% from alcohol misuse and 60% from drug misuse, compared with southerners, the paper published in the Lancet Publie Health medical journal said. 

Between 2014 and 2016,3,530 more men and 1,881 more women aged between 25 and 44 died in the north than in the south, when population and age are taken into account. 

Research also found that fatal traffic accidents are far more common in the north than the south, with nine of the 10 lowest-risk counties in the south.