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Statistics on the percentage of cancers diagnosed at early stages published today: statistical press release
New statistics on the percentage of cancers diagnosed at stages 1 and 2 in England in 2020 have been published today by NHS Digital.
Quarter of adults in England are obese, new survey of public health shows: statistical press release
Around a quarter of adults in England were obese in 2021, according to the latest Health Survey for England.
Plans to create a single source of healthcare data in England to enhance patient safety have moved a step closer.
NHS Digital publishes statistics on the health and care of people with learning disabilities: statistical press release
New statistics on the health and care of people with learning disabilities have been published by NHS Digital today.
Of the 589,454 births in England in 2020, 13,065 involved babies born with at least one congenital anomaly.
NHS maternity statistics for the financial year 2021-22
Rate of mental disorders among 17 to 19 year olds increased in 2022, new report shows: statistical press release
One in four 17 to 19 year olds in England had a probable mental disorder in 2022 – an increase from one in six in 2021.
Information about GP appointments at individual practice level is among new statistics being published today.
Increase in number of people in contact with NHS mental health services in England: statistical press release
The number of people in contact with NHS mental health services in England (including those referred and those seen) has increased by 16.2% in the last year.
Latest data on cervical screening shows 15.5% increase in number of people being tested in 2021-22: statistical press release
New annual figures on cervical screening show 3.50m individuals aged 25 to 64 were tested in 2021-22, up 15.5% on 2020-21.