Health behaviours directly influence preventable morbidity and mortality throughout adulthood. This section reports on alcohol and cannabis, cancer screening (colorectal), environmental health (usual source of drinking water, water treatment, and exposure to road traffic noise), food handling (handwashing when preparing raw meat), immunisation (influenza, swine flu, and pneumococcal), injury prevention (fire safety in the home and home escape plans), nutrition, physical activity, and tobacco smoking (including passive smoking).
Alcohol and cannabis
Cancer screening: colorectal
|Source:||New South Wales Population Health Survey 2009 (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 January 2011|