Atlas of Health in Europe by WHO Regional Office for Europe

By WHO Regional Office for Europe

This up to date statistical atlas offers key healthiness figures for the WHO eu area. They hide easy info on populations, births, deaths, existence expectancy and illnesses, way of life and environmental signs, equivalent to consuming, smoking and site visitors injuries, and kinds and degrees of overall healthiness care.Each indicator is gifted as a map to teach total neighborhood adaptations, a bar chart to point state scores and a time chart to teach tendencies through the years in 3 major nation groupings.Using the WHO nearby place of work for Europe’s exact future health for All database, mixed with the easiest replacement assets of knowledge round the zone, this atlas deals the main finished review of healthiness in Europe. In a convenient measurement, this atlas is designed to be an simply obtainable source constantly, within the place of work or at the highway.

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Deaths from external causes of injury and poisoning (pp. 54–58) External causes of death from injury and poisoning include accidents, homicide, suicide and other causes that are not diseases. The remarkable increase in mortality from these causes in Eur-B+C in the first half of the 1990s is attributable to the combined effect of the end of the anti-alcohol campaigns that started in the USSR in 1985 and the socioeconomic crises of the 1990s. The excess mortality in Eur-B+C in relation to mortality in the Eur-A group is striking, especially in males.

Deaths from external causes of injury and poisoning (pp. 54–58) External causes of death from injury and poisoning include accidents, homicide, suicide and other causes that are not diseases. The remarkable increase in mortality from these causes in Eur-B+C in the first half of the 1990s is attributable to the combined effect of the end of the anti-alcohol campaigns that started in the USSR in 1985 and the socioeconomic crises of the 1990s. The excess mortality in Eur-B+C in relation to mortality in the Eur-A group is striking, especially in males.

42–53) Trends in cancer death rates show some general improvement in the European Region. The average cancer mortality in western countries is relatively low in younger age groups and relatively high among the older population. The opposite is true in the eastern part of the Region, although mortality is relatively low in both the younger and older age groups in some central Asian countries and Georgia. In the central part of the Region, cancer mortality is high in both younger and older age groups.

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