Capital maladies

26th May 1995 at 01:00
London children are more likely to suffer long-term illness than the average child in Britain, according to a new study from the London Research Centre and the National Children's Bureau. Children in the inner boroughs are the worst affected - more than 15,000 under-16s have long-term health problems. The study connects illness with economics and housing.

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