This report is the fourth in a series on the health of Australia's males. It continues and completes the life course by focusing on males aged 25 and over.
-Males aged 25 and over in 2011 can expect, on average, to live to 80 or over.
-One in 10 males aged 50-59 (11%) and 60-69 (10%) are, on a daily basis, at risk of injury resulting from excessive alcohol Employed -males are less likely to rate their health as fair or poor (11%) compared with unemployed males (37%) and males not in the labour force (41%).
ISSN 2201-8441; ISBN 978-1-74249-433-3; Cat. no. PHE 169; 64pp.; $12
Publication table of contents
- Preliminary material
- Title and verso pages
- Body section
- 1 Introduction
- 2 The story so far: birth to young adulthood
- 3 The twenties and beyond at a glance
- 4 Life and death
- 5 Body weight
- 6 Tobacco, alcohol and drugs
- 7 Marital status and health
- 8 Sexual and reproductive health
- 9 Employment status and health
- 10 Workplace health
- 11 Hospitalisations
- 12 Mental health and related services
- 13 Disability, caring and related services
- 14 Healthy ageing
- 15 Chronic conditions
- End matter
AIHW 2013. The health of Australia's males: 25 years and over. Cat. no. PHE 169. Canberra: AIHW.