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Subject: Income, inequality, health
Greater income equality - the key to tackling health and social problems Everyone living in Ireland, North and South, could lead happier, healthier and longer lives if measures were put in place to achieve greater income equality according to the authors of 'The Spirit Level: Why more equal...
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 This document covers five areas:- the principles and aims of the study;- the topics and subjects to be explored;- how the study will be managed;- how the information will be collected, analysed and interpreted; and- other issues for the study. 
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Author: CSO; NISRA
The number of infant deaths per 1,000 live births. Infant deaths refer to all deaths within the first year of life Republic of Ireland numerator: CSO, 2011 Republic of Ireland denominator: CSO, 2011 Northern Ireland numerator: NISRA, 2010 Northern Ireland denominator: NISRA, 2010 ??
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Author: CSO; NISRA
Number of births to mothers aged 19 years or less per 1,000 female population aged 13 to 19 years. Republic of Ireland numerator: CSO, 2011 Republic of Ireland denominator: CSO, 2011 Northern Ireland numerator: NISRA, 2011 Northern Ireland denominator: NISRA, 2011
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Author: CSO; NISRA
The number of infant deaths per 1,000 live births. Infant deaths refer to all deaths within the first year of life Republic of Ireland numerator: CSO, 2009 Republic of Ireland denominator: CSO, 2009 Northern Ireland numerator: NISRA, 2009 Northern Ireland denominator: NISRA, 2009 ??
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Author: CSO; NISRA
The number of infant deaths per 1,000 live births. Infant deaths refer to all deaths within the first year of life Republic of Ireland numerator: CSO, 2010 Republic of Ireland denominator: CSO, 2010 Northern Ireland numerator: NISRA, 2010 Northern Ireland denominator: NISRA, 2010 ??
Publisher: CARDI
Higher rates of heart disease and disability in Northern Ireland’s over 50s Older people in Northern Ireland are more likely to suffer from coronary heart disease than those in the Republic of Ireland. They are also far more likely to have a limiting long-term illness and disability,...
Publisher: CARDI
Older people on lower incomes and living in deprived areas across the island of Ireland have considerably worse health than better off people of the same age, according to a study (released Thursday 29 January 2015) by researchers from Trinity College Dublin and University College Dublin. This may...

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