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Most affluent man now outlives the average woman for the first time

Men in the highest professions are outliving the average woman in England and Wales for the first time. Research on life expectancy by socioeconomic position between 2007 and 2011 revealed that men in the most advantaged group of higher managerial

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More than a quarter of children who spend longer on social networking websites report mental ill-health symptoms

Children who spent more than three hours using social networking websites on a school day were twice as likely to report high or very high scores for mental ill-health. The Children’s Well-being 2015 publication, which for the first time includes

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Four facts about smoking in the UK 2014

The proportion of adults who smoke in the UK has fallen from 21% in 2010 to 18.3% in 2014, according to the Integrated Household Survey. The Integrated Household Survey’s smoking prevalence data is a key measure for monitoring tobacco use

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Sexual identity in the UK 2014

The Integrated Household Survey specifically provides data on sexual identity and smoking prevalence, which allows academics, government departments, and other stakeholders to provide evidence for planning, policy and monitoring purposes. See below five facts about sexual identity in the UK,

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Nine things you might not know about older people in the UK

There are around 600 million people over the age of 60 across the globe; a figure which is expected to double by 2025, according to the United Nations. The organisation has designated October 1 as International Day of Older Persons (IDOP). UK Older

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How has life expectancy changed over time?

In 1841 the average newborn girl was not expected to see her 43rd birthday. Thankfully times have changed and so have life expectancies in the 170 years since the first lifetable was constructed7. The information contained in the Decennial Life

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Au Revoir Ampp3d

Sure it had a stupid name and couldn’t possibly be accused of presenting a neutral point of view with how it presented the data but I am very sorry to see Ampp3d close it’s doors at Trinity Mirror. There is

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