Monitoring the health status of a population helps to detect emerging patterns of illness and disease and provides information to inform policy and planning of health services. This section reports on health-related quality of life (including self-rated health, difficulty with daily activities, and bodily pain), asthma, cardiovascular disease precursors, diabetes or high blood glucose, mental health (psychological distress), oral health, and population weight status.
Health-related quality of life
Cardiovascular disease precursors
Diabetes or high blood glucose
|Source:||New South Wales Population Health Survey 2008 (HOIST). Centre for Epidemiology and Research, NSW Department of Health.|
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|Produced by:||Centre for Epidemiology and Research, Population Health Division, NSW Department of Health.|
|Last updated on:||1 July 2009|