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People getting sicker due to spending cuts and rising cost of living – doctors

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Half of GP appointments are taken up with often preventable, long-term conditions. Around 20% of their time dealing with issues that are "non-medical but related to social or economic pressures" British Medical Association: UK is "facing multiple threats to its health and Government is failing to respond"
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People getting sicker due to spending cuts and rising cost of living – doctors

Around half of GP appointments are taken up with often preventable, long-term conditions.

2 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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Brits are getting sicker due to spending cuts and cost of living, warn doctors

The health of people in the UK is being hit by long-term cuts to Government spending, "decimated" public services as well as the current cost of living crisis, says the British Medical Association

2 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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Spending cuts and cost-of-living crisis are making people sicker, report BMA

Study suggests the health of the nation is being made worse by poverty, poor housing, a lack of heating and missing meals

2 months ago
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People getting sicker due to spending cuts and rising cost of living – doctors

People are getting sicker owing to decades of spending cuts, “decimated” public services and the current cost-of-living crisis, doctors have warned.

2 months ago·Wolverhampton, United Kingdom
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People getting sicker due to spending cuts and rising cost of living – doctors

People are getting sicker owing to decades of spending cuts, “decimated” public services and the current cost-of-living crisis, doctors have warned.

2 months ago·Ketley, United Kingdom
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