Share of adults taking medicine in England 2013, by gender and BMI

Proportion of individuals taking medicine in England 2013, by gender and body mass index (BMI)

by Statista Research Department, last edited Dec 10, 2014
Share of adults taking medicine in England 2013, by gender and BMI This statistic displays the prevalence of taking at least one medicine within specific prescribed medicine classes in England in 2013, by gender and normal body mass index. In this year, four percent of men and nine percent of women who had a normal body weight were taking antidepressant medication.
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Proportion of individuals taking medicine in England 2013, by gender and body mass index (BMI)

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