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Written Answers — Health: Obesity (23 Jul 2007)

Dawn Primarolo: ...confidence interval 95% upper confidence interval Comparison of estimated prevalence for obesity with national estimate( 1) Bargate 18.3 12.4 25.7 2 Bassett 18.0 12.4 25.3 2 Bevois 19.3 13.2 26.9 2 Bitterne 26.6 19.0 35.7 2 Bitterne Park 21.3 15.0 29.4 2 Coxford 24.9 17.8 33.8 2 Freemantle 18.4 12.7 25.7 2 Harefield 23.7 16.9 32.3...

Written Answers — Health: Smoking (23 Jul 2007)

Dawn Primarolo: ...confidence interval 95 per cent. upper confidence level Comparison of estimated prevalence for smoking with national estimate Bargate 37.7 24.1 53.3 2 Bassett 20.4 12.0 32.3 2 Bevois 33.4 21.0 48.5 2 Bitterne 38.9 25.4 54.4 2 Bitterne Park 26.3 16.1 39.9 2 Coxford 36.1 23.2 51.4 2 Freemantle 31.8 19.9 46.6 2 Harefield 33.1 20.8...

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