On Thursday the NHS Information Centre for health and social care will publish its annual compendium Alcohol in England. It will be here.
Headlines asserting that hospital admissions attributable to alcohol have doubled since 2004 to over a million a year could soon be just a nasty memory.
Straight Statistics frequently focuses on statistical claims that are too bad to be true – but today there’s one that’s almost too good to be true.
English children aren’t getting any thinner – but neither are they getting any fatter. That’s the message from the latest results from the National Child Measurement Programme.