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These are some authoritative sources for statistics and publications on health issues in Singapore.
Ministry of Health Statistics
Maintained by the Ministry of Health, Singapore. It contains statistical information on the population and vital statistics in Singapore, principal causes of death, health facilities, health manpower, childhood immunisation, government health expenditure, etc.
Health Promotion Board Publications
A compilation of publications by the Health Promotion Board.
Action For AIDS Statistics - MOH Update On The HIV/AIDS Situation In Singapore 2016
A non-governmental organisation dedicated to fighting AIDS/HIV infection in Singapore.
World Health Organization: Singapore
Country information published by WHO. Such as health, demographic, health-related economic indicators, health legislation.
For global statistics on health issues, the World Health Organization (WHO) site is an authoritative source with a wealth of information.
Visit the the WHO's Global Health Observatory Data Repository to browse health-related statistics for more than 1000 different indicators across the 194 member states.
Below are some other websites that may be useful as well for other global statistics.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Features useful resources such as reports on sexually transmitted diseases, HIV/AIDS, birth defects, tuberculosis, and assisted reproductive technology success rates in the United States.
WHO Publication: Gender, women, and the tobacco epidemic
Statistics & analysis on use of tobacco among women. Analysis of why women use tobacco, and international campaigns, policies and strategies against it.
World Health Statistics (Annual)
Select your year of choice, and turn to the section of the report on 'Risk Factors' (under Global Health Indicator), for data on tobacco use.
National Center for Health Statistics
Includes the National Health Interview Survey, the National Immunization Survey, the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, the National Survey of Family Growth, the National Health Care Survey, the National Employer Health Insurance Survey, the National Mortality Followback Survey, and the National Vital Statistics System consisting of the Birth Data and Mortality Data.