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Australia's health 2016 is the AIHW’s 15th biennial report on the health of Australians. It examines a wide range of contemporary topics in a series of analytical feature articles and short statistical snapshots. The report also summarises the performance of the health system against an agreed set of indicators.
Cancer was the biggest overall killer in 2013 with 44,100 deaths, followed by cardiovascular disease (43,600)
1.1 million Australians had at least 1 of 8 selected chronic diseases in 2014–15
80.3 years was the life expectancy for a boy born between 2012 and 2014, and 84.4 years for a girl
85% of Australians aged 15 and over self-rated their health as ‘good’ or better in 2014–15
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