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					Title:     Healthy Lifestyle Behaviours: Model Based Estimates
Year:      1 January 2003 to 31 December 2005
Measure:   Percentages
Source:    Information Centre for health and social care, via NESS
Link:      http://www.neighbourhood.statistics.gov.uk/dissemination/Info.do?page=news/newsitems/17-december--2007-healthy-l
Notes:     Jan 2003 to Dec 2005
           This dataset provides estimates on the prevalence of healthy lifestyle indicators, relating to smoking, binge drinking, ob
           of fruit and vegetables. The data are available down to Middle Layer Super Output Area level within England. The data
           Experimental Statistics.
           Data relates to people aged 16 and over
           Current smokers include all respondents who reported that they were a “current cigarette smoker” in the HSE.
           Binge drinkers are people who reported that in the last week they had drunk 8 or more units of alcohol if they were a ma
           Respondents were defined to be obese if they were recorded as having a body mass index (BMI) of 30 or above.
           Consumption of Fruit and Vegetables was measured by whether a respondent reported that they had consumed 5 or m




                                                                Model Based         Model Based
                                                                 Estimate for        Estimate for
                                                               Smoking; 95%        Smoking; 95%
                                             Model Based          Confidence          Confidence
                                             Estimate for     Interval (Lower     Interval (Upper
                                                Smoking                 Limit)              Limit)
Area Code Area                                Percentage          Percentage          Percentage

00AA       City of London                                ..                  ..                 ..
00AB       Barking and Dagenham                       32.1                 28                36.5
00AC       Barnet                                     17.9                15.7               20.3
00AD       Bexley                                     27.8                24.1               31.9
00AE       Brent                                      18.6                15.7               21.9
00AF       Bromley                                    21.9                 19                25.2
00AG       Camden                                     23.5                19.7               27.7
00AH       Croydon                                    23.2                 21                25.7
00AJ       Ealing                                     18.6                16.5               20.9
00AK       Enfield                                    23.5                21.1                26
00AL       Greenwich                                  26.6                24.1               29.2
00AM       Hackney                                    24.7                20.9               28.9
00AN       Hammersmith and Fulham                     24.2                20.8               27.9
00AP       Haringey                                   25.3                22.6               28.3
00AQ       Harrow                                     14.5                11.9               17.5
00AR       Havering                                   27.7                23.9               31.9
00AS       Hillingdon                                 22.4                19.5               25.5
00AT       Hounslow                                    22                 19.4               24.9
00AU       Islington                                  27.5                22.9               32.6
00AW       Kensington and Chelsea                     18.8                14.4               24.2
00AX       Kingston upon Thames                       21.7                18.7               24.9
00AY       Lambeth                                    28.1                24.6               31.9
00AZ       Lewisham                                   26.8                24.1               29.7
00BA       Merton                                     20.9                18.7               23.3
00BB       Newham                                     25.1                20.6               30.2
00BC       Redbridge                                  17.6                15.1               20.3
00BD       Richmond upon Thames                       19.3                16.1                23
00BE   Southwark                  27.7   24.2   31.5
00BF   Sutton                     25.4   22.1   29.1
00BG   Tower Hamlets               26     22    30.4
00BH   Waltham Forest             24.4    22     27
00BJ   Wandsworth                 24.2    21    27.7
00BK   Westminster                22.8   18.7   27.6

A      North East                 29.1   25.7   32.5
B      North West                  26     24    27.9
D      Yorkshire and The Humber   25.5    23     28
E      East Midlands              24.9   22.8    27
F      West Midlands               24    21.7   26.2
G      East of England            23.5   21.4   25.5
H      London                     23.3   21.6   25.1
Q37    South East Coast           22.9   20.5   25.2
Q38    South Central              20.6   18.3   22.9
K      South West                 21.5   19.6   23.5
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 style indicators, relating to smoking, binge drinking, obesity and consumption
ayer Super Output Area level within England. The data are classified as


were a “current cigarette smoker” in the HSE.
y had drunk 8 or more units of alcohol if they were a man, or 6 or more units of alcohol if they were a woman, on any one day or more.
 having a body mass index (BMI) of 30 or above.
 a respondent reported that they had consumed 5 or more portions of fruit and vegetables on the previous day.




                                                                                                     Comparison of
                         Comparison of                                                                 Model Based
                           Model Based                             Model Based     Model Based          Estimate for
                           Estimate for                             Estimate for    Estimate for     Binge Drinking
                          Smoking with                          Binge Drinking; Binge Drinking;        with National
                         National Direct       Model Based      95% Confidence 95% Confidence        Direct Estimate
                           Estimate for         Estimate for     Interval (Lower Interval (Upper           for Binge
                               Smoking       Binge Drinking                Limit)          Limit)           Drinking
                                  Score          Percentage          Percentage      Percentage                Score

                                        ..                 ..                  ..               ..                  ..
                                        3               11.4                 9.8             13.2                   1
                                        1               11.1                 9.6             12.7                   1
                                        2               10.7                 9.1             12.5                   1
                                        1                12                 10.2             14.2                   1
                                        2               10.7                 9.1             12.6                   1
                                        2               15.3                13.2             17.6                   2
                                        2                11                  9.6             12.6                   1
                                        1               12.5                10.7             14.5                   1
                                        2               11.7                10.2             13.3                   1
                                        2               12.6                 11              14.4                   1
                                        2               13.7                11.9             15.8                   1
                                        2               16.4                13.8             19.3                   2
                                        2               14.6                12.7             16.7                   1
                                        1                9.7                   8             11.7                   1
                                        2               10.9                 9.2             12.8                   1
                                        2               10.7                 9.3             12.3                   1
                                        2               12.1                10.4              14                    1
                                        2               15.3                13.1             17.8                   2
                                        2               14.7                12.6             17.2                   1
                                        2               12.3                10.7             14.2                   1
                                        2               16.8                14.2             19.7                   2
                                        2               12.9                11.4             14.7                   1
                                        1               12.3                10.8              14                    1
                                        2               12.3                 10               15                    1
                                        1               10.4                 8.8             12.2                   1
                                        1               12.3                10.6             14.2                   1
2    14.8   12.8   16.9   1
2    11.4    9.8   13.2   1
2    14.8   12.5   17.3   1
2    12.1   10.6   13.8   1
2    13.9    12    16.2   1
2    15.7   13.5   18.2   2

..   26.5   23.9    29    ..
..    23    21.3   24.6   ..
..    22    19.9   24.1   ..
..   17.7   15.8   19.5   ..
..   17.9   16.3   19.6   ..
..   15.2   13.6   16.8   ..
..   12.7   11.4    14    ..
..   15.4   13.3   17.6   ..
..    17    14.8   19.1   ..
..   15.3   13.7    17    ..
re a woman, on any one day or more.




                                                                               Comparison of
                                           Model Based        Model Based       Model Based
                                            Estimate for       Estimate for      Estimate for    Model Based
                                           Obesity; 95%       Obesity; 95%       Obesity with     Estimate for
                        Model Based          Confidence         Confidence     National Direct Consumption of
                        Estimate for     Interval (Lower    Interval (Upper      Estimate for        Fruit and
                            Obesity                Limit)             Limit)          Obesity      Vegetables
                         Percentage          Percentage         Percentage              Score      Percentage

                                    ..                 ..                 ..               ..                ..
                                 23.9               21.1                27                 2                20
                                 16.8               15.2               18.6                1              35.1
                                 21.5               19.3               23.9                2              25.4
                                 21.6               19.6               23.8                2              30.1
                                 17.6               15.8               19.6                1              32.4
                                 13.3               11.5               15.4                1              33.9
                                 19.3               17.6               21.1                1              27.8
                                  20                 18                22.2                1              30.8
                                 20.2               18.4                22                 1              27.7
                                 20.2               18.4               22.1                1              24.7
                                 17.5               15.9               19.2                1              27.4
                                 15.4               13.7               17.3                1              35.7
                                 17.9               16.2               19.7                1              27.8
                                 19.1               17.5               20.9                1              34.5
                                  22                19.7               24.6                2                25
                                 20.9                19                22.9                1              29.3
                                 21.5               19.4               23.6                2              26.7
                                  16                14.5               17.6                1              26.9
                                 13.1               11.4                15                 1              45.8
                                 17.3               15.6                19                 1              33.4
                                 18.6               16.3                21                 1              30.3
                                 19.2               17.6                21                 1              26.9
                                 17.3               15.7                19                 1              31.7
                                 21.2               17.8               25.1                2              22.7
                                 19.6                18                21.3                1              28.6
                                 14.3               12.7               16.2                1              37.1
19.7   17.9   21.7   1    29.9
19.3   17.6   21.2   1    29.1
11.9    6.9    20    1    24.2
20.2   18.4   22.2   1    26.5
14.2   12.5    16    1    31.1
14.7    13    16.6   1    35.1

25.2   22.7   27.7   ..   18.5
24.5   22.8   26.2   ..   23.6
24.1   22.2   25.9   ..   24.7
25.6   23.7   27.5   ..   25.9
26.5   24.6   28.4   ..   25.1
24.8    23    26.6   ..     27
18.4   16.8   20.1   ..   29.7
21.8   19.7   23.9   ..   30.6
22.2    20    24.3   ..   30.2
23.2   21.5    25    ..   25.9
                                     Comparison of
                                      Model Based
                                       Estimate for
   Model Based     Model Based      Consumption of
    Estimate for    Estimate for           Fruit and
Consumption of Consumption of       Vegetables with
       Fruit and       Fruit and     National Direct
Vegetables; 95% Vegetables; 95%        Estimate for
     Confidence      Confidence     Consumption of
 Interval (Lower Interval (Upper           Fruit and
           Limit)          Limit)        Vegetables
     Percentage      Percentage               Score

              ..               ..                 ..
           17.4             22.8                  1
           32.2             38.2                  3
           22.7             28.3                  2
           27.5             32.8                  3
           29.8             35.1                  3
            31               37                   3
           25.7             30.1                  2
           28.7              33                   3
           25.5             30.1                  2
           22.4              27                   2
           25.2             29.7                  2
           32.7             38.8                  3
           25.2             30.6                  2
           31.6             37.4                  3
           22.4             27.8                  2
           26.7             32.1                  2
           24.6             28.8                  2
           24.4             29.7                  2
           41.2             50.4                  3
           30.3             36.7                  3
           27.5             33.3                  3
           24.6             29.3                  2
           29.2             34.3                  3
           20.6              25                   1
           26.4             30.9                  2
           33.7             40.6                  3
27.1   32.8   3
 26    32.5   2
21.7   26.9   2
24.3   28.9   2
27.7   34.6   3
31.5    39    3

16.2   20.7   ..
21.7   25.5   ..
22.4   26.9   ..
23.8    28    ..
23.1    27    ..
24.9    29    ..
27.5   31.9   ..
28.2   33.1   ..
27.6   32.9   ..
23.8   27.9   ..

				
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