Healthcheck: cancer, diabetes and mental health conditions on the rise?
Cancer and diabetes diagnoses are increasing, it’s harder to measure the change in the number of people with mental health conditions over time.
Millennial malaise: unhealthier than their parents?
Generational health improvements are being undermined by instability and loneliness among millennials, a report says.
The Pro-sesh-ional classes: Do wealthy people drink more regularly?
It’s correct that people in Great Britain who earn more and those who have professional jobs say they drink more regularly, if you count that as drinking weekly.
What’s driving our increasing population and household numbers?
Immigration has been the largest driver of the increasing population, according to the Office for National Statistics. We looked at how this impacts household numbers.
How many people have a disability?
An estimated 19% of working-age adults, and 22% of all people in the UK have a disability, using the legal definition.
28% of 2-15 year olds in England estimated to be overweight or obese
16% of 2-15 year olds in England were estimated to be obese in 2016, with a further 12% overweight.
Are more people going into hospital for obesity related illnesses?
26% of adults in the England are obese, according to a 2016 health survey.
Green Party Manifesto: Air pollution
Are 40,000 premature deaths linked to air pollution?
What does obesity cost the economy?
We’ve looked into the claim that it costs £27 billion.
How many excess deaths are there in winter?
There were 24,300 excess winter deaths in 2015/16. These deaths were largely attributed to respiratory or circulatory conditions or dementia.
A sporting legacy? How participation has changed since the 2012 Olympics
Participation in sports has increased overall since 2005, but is down on the Olympic peak in 2012.
Jobs, pollution, and academies: Prime Minister's Questions, factchecked
We've factchecked claims from Prime Minister's Questions on employment figures, pollution, renewable energy, gun crime, and academies.
How to interpret today's reports about air pollution
A new report published today says that around 40,000 deaths are attributable to exposure to outdoor air pollution in the UK every year.