Australian Bureau of Statistics
4338.0 - Profiles of Health, Australia, 2011-13
Latest ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 29/10/2012 First Issue
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A range of genetic, social, economic and environmental factors are recognised as increasing the risk of developing a particular health condition. Specific lifestyle and related factors which have been identified as negatively impacting health include:
Information about health risk factors and behaviours can be used along with information about other health and population characteristics to enable a better understanding of Australia's overall health and how it can be improved.
Overweight and obesity | Tobacco smoking | Alcohol consumption | Daily intake of fruit and vegetables | Physical activity | Children's risk factors
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This page last updated 25 January 2013