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We investigated rates of non-fatal accidents recorded in the Health Survey for England. Between 1995/96 and 2001, rates fell in men although not in women. In contrast to other trends for health behaviours in the United Kingdom, for example smoking, there was no increased gap between male manual and non-manual groups.

Type

Journal article

Journal

J Public Health Med

Publication Date

09/2003

Volume

25

Keywords

England, Female, Humans, Male, Population Surveillance, Social Class, Wounds and Injuries