State of health in the United Kingdom (UK)

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Statista dossier on the state of health in the United Kingdom (UK)

This dossier presents a range of statistics and facts about the state of health in the United Kingdom. Since the establishment of the National Health Service, life expectancy has been rising and infant mortality rates have been falling. However, as people are now living longer lives the rate of longstanding illness and disease is increasing. This dossier covers chapters on the issues of long-term conditions, cardiovascular disease and respiratory illness.

Table of contents

  • 1. Overview
    • BMI: adult's body mass index in England 2017, by gender and age

    • Overweight prevalence in England 2000-2017, by gender

    • Physical activity levels in England 2016, by gender

    • Alcohol-related death rate United Kingdom (UK) 1994-2017, by gender

    • Very good general health status in Scotland 2018, by gender and age

    • Self-assessed general health status in Scotland 2018, by gender

    • Very bad general health status in Scotland 2018, by gender and age

    • General health status of children in Scotland 2018, by gender

  • 2. Longstanding illness
    • Pain conditions in the United Kingdom 2018, by age

    • England: prevalence of chronic pain in 2017, by gender and age

    • England: prevalence of chronic pain 2017, by income quintile

    • Share of adults with long-term conditions in Scotland 2008-2017, by gender

    • Prevalence of long-term conditions in adults in Scotland 2017, by gender

    • Scotland: prevalence of long-term conditions in children 2017, by gender

    • Share of children with long-term conditions in Scotland 2008-2017, by gender

    • New cases of AIDS diagnosed in the United Kingdom 2006-2017

    • Share of adults with diabetes in Scotland 2003-2018, by gender

    • Northern Ireland: adults with longstanding illness in 2017/18, by gender and age

  • 3. Cardiovascular disease
    • Cardiovascular conditions in the United Kingdom (UK) 2018, by age

    • Diagnoses of circulatory system diseases in the United Kingdom (UK) 2010-2018

    • Diagnoses of circulatory system diseases in the UK 2012-2018, by disease type

    • Death rates from cardiovascular diseases in the United Kingdom (UK) 2000-2017

    • Prescriptions used for prevention and treatment of CVD in England in 2018, by type

    • Hypertension categories in England 2017, by gender

    • Share of adults with ischemic heart disease in Scotland 2003-2018, by gender

    • Individuals blood pressure level in Scotland 2016/17, by gender

    • Adults with normotensive blood pressure in Scotland 2016/17, by gender and age

    • Adults with hypertension in Scotland 2003-2017, by gender

    • Adults with normotensive blood pressure in Scotland 2003-2017, by gender

    • Adults with hypertension in Scotland 2016/17, by gender and age

  • 4. Respiratory disease
    • Respiratory conditions in the United Kingdom 2018, by age

    • Medicines used for controlling respiratory conditions in the United Kingdom 2018

    • Avoidable respiratory diseases deaths in the United Kingdom (UK) 2017, by gender

    • Avoidable respiratory disease deaths in the United Kingdom (UK) 2014-2017

    • England: Respiratory illness among over 55s in 2016/17, by gender and age

    • England and Wales: winter deaths caused by respiratory disease 2017/18, by age

    • Asthma care measures in the United Kingdom (UK) 2013-2018

    • Adults diagnosed with asthma in Scotland 1998-2018, by gender

    • Children diagnosed with asthma in Scotland 1998-2018, by gender

    • Adults with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease in Scotland 2008-2018, by gender

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