In this section

  • Annual mortality statistics on deaths registered by age group, sex and underlying cause of death, and by other information collected at the time of registration.

  • Children's health and well-being including childhood, infant and perinatal mortality; unexplained deaths in infancy; childhood cancer survival; and children's well-being.

  • Health conditions and diseases including newly diagnosed cancers, deaths from MRSA and deaths involving clostridium difficile (bacterial infection).

  • People with disabilities and how disability affects day-to-day activities.

  • Smoking and drinking habits in Great Britain, deaths related to drug poisoning and drug misuse, and deaths caused by diseases known to be related to alcohol consumption.

  • Expenditure on both private and public health care systems in the UK, as well as the results for the National Survey of Bereaved People (VOICES).

  • Comparisons and inequalities in healthy life expectancies (HLE), disability-free life expectancies (DFLE) and life expectancies (LE).

  • Analyses of social and economic data from government and other organisations to paint a picture of UK society and how it changes, including comparisons with other countries.

  • Mental health of children, adolescents and adults.