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Suicide in Norfolk – Public health audit published

Suicide is devastating for families and communities and there are significant social and gender inequalities. More men aged under 50 in England and Wales die from suicide than from road deaths, coronary heart disease, accidental poisoning or ...

Low birth weight briefing paper published

Our briefing paper on low birth weight has been updated to bring it up-to-date with the latest indicators, data and strategies. Low birth weight increases the risk of childhood mortality, developmental problems and poorer health in later life. A low ...

Adult carers briefing paper published

Our briefing paper on adult carers and carers of adults in need of care and support has been updated to bring it up-to-date with the latest indicators, data and strategies. Carers or anyone who cares, unpaid, for a friend or family member who, due ...

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Childhood poverty briefing paper published

Living in poverty impacts on health, education, social and psychological outcomes, limiting development and preventing people from reaching their full potential. Children from a poor background are more likely to be bottle fed, breathe second-hand ...
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