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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : May 20th 2009
30 INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, May 21, 2009 MB advertising feature rejuvenate 2027335K wk47 Rememb t eat y es r vegi E THAN A THIRD ADULTS DRINK RISKY LEVELS NEIN10EAT G GE ETABL TABLE ES S, TO A STUDY ALTH AND OF ADULTS W. tion Health Survey, ek but based on 2008, showed that d reduced in all age 97 except young o 24. 6 people across the n the study with 38.9 s and 29 per cent ting to engaging in haviour. nking alcohol suming on average d six standard drinks tween two and four ny one occasion. John Della Bosca eight years, the state a 130 per cent umber of young people being mitted to e departments He said it wa putting a pressure on r emerge and nurses". "T c mmunity he entire c to change work togethng culture binge drinkin er among youn people," Mr ella Bosca said. W m hen it cam u to eating fru h more than h a of the overa a adult popula NSW m consum ed daily intake recommendes a day, most notably of two piece65-years-old. those over 6 B s residents were not as ut it seemsir vegies with only one in keen on the ating the recommended 10 adults ea f five servings a day. minimum of ed as being more active Men emerge er cent doing at least 150 with 61.3 pe exercise a week over five minutes of e casions, compared with separate oc nt of women. 48.9 per ce A o the study, 52.9 per cent ccording to ere classed as of adults we overweight sed on self-reported 60 per cent being male er cent being female. dults were diagnosed , diabetes and high blood in 2008, according to the figures, while 12.6 per cent of women and 8.5 per cent of men suffered from "high or very high levels of psychological distress" . In 2008, just under one in five adults on average classed themselves as smokers with 19.7 per cent of men and 17.2 per cent admitting to regularly lighting up. The state's hospital system got a big thumbs up with 88.4 per cent of adults who were admitted to hospital in 2008 rating the care they got as "excellent, very good, or good" . On average 71.5 per cent of adults felt other people could be "trusted", an increase from 65.7 per cent in 2002 and one in 10 visited a neighbour weekly. M A total of 10,296 people across the state took part in the study with 38.9 per cent of males and 29 per cent of females admitting to engaging in risky drinking behaviour FREE POSTURE CHECKS Look at your posture... others do Haberfield Chiropractic CALL NOW 9799 9995 NO OBLIGATION Gabriella Kovac -- Manager www.haberfieldchiropractic.com.au 23 Great North Road Five Dock NSW 2046 352437i vvb wk47
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