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In recent years there has been a changed interest in public policy and social science research on health inequality Researchers have recorded inequalities in health by social class gender and ethnicity Health inequalities have been determined by different results including mortality rates infant deaths disability morbidity and life expectancy This journal article examines how inequalities of health are related to social class gender and ethnicity This journal article also provides examples of their impact and possible implications on health Social Class Inequalities of HealthWhen people are well educated they get well paid jobs They can afford proper housing and better food and they have a healthy lifestyle People who have less paid jobs are more likely to have poor housing lack of access to good food and risk taking jobs Economic and social issues affect peoples health There is an argument even the people from higher social class tend to suffer illness such as blood pressure The Black report revealed a clear relationship between health and individuals social class wwwhealthknowledgeorgukLower socio-economic classes are more likely to die younger and experience a range of health problems including coronary heart disease stroke low birth weight mental illness smoking related illnesses amongst many others They are more likely to work in dangerous jobs resulting in a high prevalence of work related illness Smoking has higher prevalence in the lower socio-economic classes 39 of unskilled manual workers smoke compared to 17 in the professional classes Smokers from lower socio-economic classes are more likely to die from smoking related illnesses than smokers from higher socio-economic classes wwwniceorguknice media
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