Michael Marmot





Michael Marmot



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The Status Syndrome: How So...

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The Health Gap: The Challen...

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Social Determinants of Health

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Fair Society, Healthy Lives...

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Status Syndrome: How Your P...

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Coronary Heart Disease Epid...

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Socioeconomic Status and He...

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Rose's Strategy of Preventi...

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“A prime way of giving children a good start in life is to help their parents. There”
Michael Marmot, The Status Syndrome: How Social Standing Affects Our Health and Longevity

“To criticise inequality and to desire equality is not, as is sometimes suggested, to cherish the romantic illusion that men are equal in character and intelligence. It is to hold that, while their natural endowments differ profoundly, it is the mark of a civilised society to aim at eliminating such inequalities as have their source not in individual differences but in (social) organisation. R. H. Tawney1”
Michael Marmot, The Status Syndrome: How Social Standing Affects Our Health and Longevity



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