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June The following indicators have been updated in the online tool to reflect the latest data. May The following indicators have been updated in the online tool to reflect the latest data. Children in low income families under 16s Average Attainment 8 score this replaces the GCSEs achieved indicator February The following indicators have been updated in the online tool to reflect the latest data.
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Smoking status at time of delivery November The following indicators have been updated in the online tool to reflect the latest data. New cases of tuberculosis August The following indicators have been updated in the online tool to reflect the latest data. February The following indicators have been updated in the online tool to reflect the latest data.
Violent crime violence offences Breastfeeding initiation Hospital stays for self-harm Hospital stays for alcohol-related harm Hip fractures in people aged 65 and over Life expectancy at birth Killed and seriously injured on roads Inequality in life expectancy at birth LA formerly Slope index of inequality in life expectancy at birth within English local authorities, based on local deprivation deciles within each area January The following indicator has been updated in the online tool to reflect the latest data.
Obese children Year 6 November The following indicators have been updated in the online tool to reflect the latest data.
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Statutory homelessness - eligible homeless people not in priority need Smoking status at time of delivery revised method Excess weight in adults revised data source and method Incidence of TB Infant mortality Suicide rate Smoking related deaths from Local Tobacco Control Profiles Under 75 mortality rate from cardiovascular diseases Under 75 mortality rate from cancer Excess Winter Deaths Index Under 75 mortality rate from all causes from Longer Lives October Indicator criteria document published to the FAQ section. September The following indicators have been added to the online tool: Percentage of physically active adults - current method The previous indicator for physically active adults has been retained and is re-titled with historic method.
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