According to a study by experts at Glasgow University and the Glasgow Centre for Population Health, children born into poorer families may have a higher chance of developing illnesses such as diabetes and heart disease.
What does GCPH stand for?
GCPH stands for Glasgow Centre for Population Health (National Health Service; Glasgow, Scotland, UK)
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- Graduate Certificate in Public Health (various universities)
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- Gulf Coast Paint Horse Club (est. 1965)
- Greater Cincinnati Police Historical Society (Ohio)
- General Committee of Public Instruction (India)
- General Council for the People of Iraq (political party)
- Geographic Practice Cost Index
- Gestion et Conception de Projets Industriels (French: Management and Design of Industrial Projects)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Glasgow Centre for Population Health work has confirmed the link between social factors and the rate at which people age.
The statistics were collated by the Government partnered Glasgow Centre for Population Health, a research body designed to help the city shake off the "sick man of Europe" tag.
A study by the Glasgow Centre for Population Health blamed industrial decline, family breakdown and even genetic factors, among others.
The research team, from the Glasgow Centre for Population Health, claim the condition floods the brain with a cocktail of chemicals which suppress ambition and make people feel negative.
The Glasgow Centre for Population Health found the city's well-off are getting healthier but those living in deprived areas continue to be plagued by ill health.