Unhealthiness task force set up after figures show seven out 10 people are overweight in parts of Nottinghamshire



A taskforce set up to tackle the area’s numerous health problems has laid out its strategy to deal with the area’s ill health.
In some parts of Nottinghamshire, almost 70 percent of people are overweight, the rate of women smoking when they give birth is 50 percent higher than the national average, and alcohol-related hospital admissions are among the highest in the East Midlands.
However in parts of the county such as Rushcliffe, the population is considerably healthier.
This has created a ‘health inequality’ where people in some areas can expect to live eight years longer than people in... read more

 
30 January 2018 in Regional East, Views: 29
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