Every step up income ladder means better health

“The discrepancy between poorest and richest is huge,” says Fuller-Thomson, “but even very high up the spectrum, the richer are doing better than the people just one step down.

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One response to “Every step up income ladder means better health

  1. Hey there GWJC,

    This story makes a great point.

    If you have a choice, don’t be athletic, don’t eat right, and don’t have great genes … be wealthy.

    Seems like its one of the biggest determinants of health, period.

    Because chances are that *if* you’re wealthy first, all of those other things will start falling in line.

    Not necessarily sad — because its a cool kernel of knowledge — but true.

    Cheers
    Tony “I’m don’t just blog” Hung

    PS. Great to see another Canadian on Digg!

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