Health behaviours directly influence preventable morbidity and mortality throughout adulthood. This chapter reports on alcohol, cancer screening (breast and cervical, and hysterectomy rate), environmental health (water quality and home heating), food handling, immunisation (influenza, pneumococcal, and meningococcal), injury prevention (fire safety measures in the home and swimming ability), nutrition, physical activity (adequate physical activity and neighbourhood facilities, and smoking (including current and daily smoking, smoke-fee homes and cars, and smoking in licenced premises and outdoor dining areas).
Cancer screening: breast and cervical
|Source:||New South Wales Population Health Survey 2006 (HOIST). Centre for Epidemiology and Research, NSW Department of Health.|
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|Last updated on:||1 July 2007|