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The Marmot Review, published in 2010, has fundamentally shifted discourse on health inequalities in the UK and internationally. It has shaped our approach to health inequalities within Greater Manchester and across the UK.
The FrameWorks Institute suggests how to communicate about physical activity - reframing away from physical activity being viewed as strenuous exercise, in which individuals have sole responsibility whether to participate or not.
People from poorer communities are more likely to be killed or injured on Britain’s roads, with those from ethnic minority groups (excluding white minorities) more at risk.
Research published in Chronic Respiratory Disease has highlighted the benefits of physical activity in decreasing fatigue and breathlessness and increasing exercise capacity and cognition post-Covid.
New research from the University of Cambridge highlights the benefits of physical activity for emotional regulation and attainment, particularly amongst those from lower socio-economic groups.