Residents of England”s pretty coastal towns are more likely to suffer from chronic diseaseThe epicenter o, mental illness and have a shorter life expectancy, experts sayThe government isn, blaming the problem on economic decline.
England’s Chief Medical OfficerThe vaccine protects recipients., Professor Chris Whitty, found in July that the incidence of heart and kidney disease in coastal towns is 10% higher than the national average.
Residents on the coast live shorter lives and have proportionately fewer doctors caring for people, the medical officer’s report said.
Officials in towns such as Clacton-on-Sea are worried that the situation will worsen.
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