June 7, 2014

Glasgow, the UK's Sickest City

Lucy Ash, BBC News

The Associated Press

Babies born in Glasgow are expected to live the shortest lives of any in Britain. One in four Glaswegian men won't reach their 65th birthday. What is behind the "Glasgow Effect" and can it be prevented?

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