Tag Archives: Deaths Registered in England and Wales

Dementia-Related Mortality: a Statistical Anomaly for Health Inequalities in Wales (BBC News)

Summary Some unexpected patterns of health inequality in Wales. The possible reasons are unclear. “ …decreased mortality for other conditions is leading to more people living longer and thus becoming at higher risk for developing dementia as age is a determining … Continue reading

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Dementia Tops Leading Causes of Death in England and Wales (BBC News / ONS)

Summary Official statistics, from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) on deaths for men and women (combined) registered in England and Wales during 2015, show that dementia has become the main cause of death overall. There are several reasons behind … Continue reading

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Leading Causes of Death in England and Wales (BBC News / ONS)

Summary The latest official statistics from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) on deaths registered in England and Wales, in 2013, show that dementia was the leading cause of death for women (12.2% of all female deaths). The leading cause … Continue reading

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