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How Healthy are Canadians? The Health Divide – How the Sexes Differ

Creator: Statistics Canada

Geography: North America, Canada

Categories: Women’s Health

Tags: alcohol, arthritis, asthma, blood pressure, cancer, cardiovascular diseases, cause of death, chronic diseases, deaths/mortality, depression, diabetes, disabilities, health behaviours, health inequalities, home care, hospitalization, hypertension, injuries, life expectancy, nutrition, obesity, pain, physical activity, physician visits, potential years of life lost (PYLL), prescription drugs, respiratory diseases, risk factors, smoking, stress, survival, tobacco use, women

Date: 2001



PDF, 55 pages.

Focusing on data from the National Population Health Survey (NPHS), vital statistics, the Canadian Cancer Registry, and the Census of Population, this special issue of Health Reports examines health differences between Canadian men and women. A wide array of indicators is presented.

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