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IDI Data Dictionary: Chronic condition/significant health event ...

... MOH. Information about diabetes has been provided from the Virtual
Diabetes Register (VDR). The ... caution. 4. Diabetes Part ...

Health and Pacific Peoples in New Zealand Last modified Monday January 16, 2012

... Diabetes. Type 2 diabetes is a preventable and reversible condition
strongly associated with increase in body size. People ...

Health and Pacific Peoples in New Zealand Last modified Monday January 16, 2012

... The incidence (or rate of new cases) of ischaemic heart disease, stroke,
diabetes, and respiratory disease is higher in Pacific adults than other ...

New Zealand Period Life Tables: 2012–14 Last modified Friday May 8, 2015

... to Mortality and demographic data 2011, age-standardised death rates from
chronic rheumatic heart disease and diabetes were substantially ...

New Zealand Period Life Tables: 2005–07 Last modified Friday January 25, 2013

... The Māori/non-Māori differential partly reflects different rates of diabetes
and smoking, as well as socio-economic differentials. ...

New Zealand Health Survey 1996–97 Last modified Tuesday March 15, 2011

... their self-perceived health status, self-perceived mental health status, and
prevalence of selected health conditions (asthma, diabetes, and high ...

Participation in physical activity Last modified Thursday December 18, 2014

... It can help prevent or manage conditions like heart disease, cancer,
osteoporosis, diabetes, obesity, high blood pressure, and depression. ...

Obesity Last modified Friday December 4, 2015

... on health. It increases a person's risk of developing heart disease, type
2 diabetes, and some types of cancer. This indicator ...

Measuring New Zealand's Progress Using a Sustainable ... Last modified Thursday May 8, 2014

... are now more likely to die prematurely from non-infectious diseases such as
coronary heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes, and various cancers. ...

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