Poverty Is Bad for your HealthBook
If you ask people what they could do to improve their health, rarely would you hear the answers like those crafted by Dave Gordon, head of the Centre for Poverty and Social Justice at the University of Bristol in 1999, said Dennis Raphael. Raphael is keynote speaker at a day long forum Friday about the costs of poverty. Number one on Gordon's list is don't be poor, followed by don't have poor parents.
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