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Australian diets are not in line with the 2013 Australian Dietary Guidelines, which recommend minimum serves for vegetables, fruit, dairy products, lean meats and alternatives, and grain-based foods.
Key findings The 2013 Australian Dietary Guidelines (ADG or the Guidelines) include the Guideline that...
Provides an insight into the diseases and factors contributing to life expectancy, potentially avoidable deaths, years of life lost and leading causes of death.
Summary Causes of death data are a significant and important input to health and social policy formulation and planning...
A summary of gender-specific data in six areas of social concern for gender equality: Economic Security, Education, Health, Work and Family Balance, Safety and Justice, and Democracy, Governance and Citizenship.
In this issue Gender Indicators, Australia presents a summary of gender-specific data in...
Contains a cross-section of key health statistics including long-term health conditions; mental wellbeing; and health risk factors including alcohol consumption, smoking, exercise, body mass and dietary practices.
The 2014- 15 National Health Survey is the most recent in a series of...
This publication summarises eating habits of Australians for each State and Territory.
The survey presents results from a 24 hour dietary recall of foods and beverages from the 2011-12 National Nutrition and Physical Activity Survey (NNPAS). It contains general information on...
This publication contains nutrition data collected in the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Nutrition and Physical Activity Survey. It presents results from a 24-hour dietary recall of food, beverages and dietary supplements, as well as some general information on dietary behaviours.
The number of people in Australia with a psychological disability has increased between 2009 and 2012.
At the national level, results from the 2012 SDAC showed that:Of all people with any type of disability, 18.5% had a psychological...
Compares the prevalence of disability among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and non-Indigenous people, using data from the 2012 Survey of Disability, Ageing and Carers.
Over the last decade there has been an increased awareness of the disparity that exists...
Provides an overview of selected social and economic characteristics of people using subsidised mental health-related services and subsidised prescription medication including the type of services or medication these people are accessing.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander adults are more than three times as likely as non-Indigenous adults to have diabetes, and they experience it at much younger ages, according to the results of this health survey.
This publication presents information from...