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  • More than one in four sandwich carers report symptoms of mental ill-health (Latest release)

    Erthygl | Released on 14 January 2019

    Sandwich carers – those who care for both sick, disabled or older relatives and dependent children – are more likely to report symptoms of mental ill-health, feel less satisfied with life, and struggle financially compared with the general population.

    Allweddeiriau: Mental health, Finance, Health, Unpaid care, Sandwich care

  • NHS70: Marking 70 years of the National Health Service (Latest release)

    Erthygl | Released on 2 July 2018

    What has changed in the 70 years since the NHs was founded? Told through interactive charts

    Allweddeiriau: NHS, Health, charts, change

  • 8 in 10 people have good or very good health in England and Wales (Latest release)

    Erthygl | Released on 2 July 2015

    Allweddeiriau: People, population and community, 2011 census, Health,

  • Full story: The gender gap in unpaid care provision: is there an impact on health and economic position? (Latest release)

    Erthygl | Released on 16 May 2013

    Allweddeiriau: 2011 Census, detailed characteristics, usual resident, long-term health problem, ethnic group, ethnicity, race, English language, main language, religion, health, care, long-term health problem, economic activity, identity, country of birth, 2011 Census, detailed characteristics, usual resident, long-term health problem, ethnic group, ethnicity, race, English language, main language, religion, health, care, economic activity, identity, country of birth

  • General Health in England and Wales: 2011 and comparison with 2001 (Latest release)

    Erthygl | Released on 30 January 2013

    Overall, 81.2% of people reported their general health as either “very good” or “good”, with England having a higher proportion of people in “very good” or “good” health than Wales.

    Allweddeiriau: 2011 Census, quick statistics, household resident, communal establishment resident, usual resident, household composition, dependent children, long-term health problem, lone parent households, employment, ethnic group, ethnicity, race, English language, main language, religion, care, accommodation type, household spaces, qualifications, economic activity, hours worked, industry, occupation, short story