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Health

Health inequalities in the UK: attitudes, behaviour and outcomes

Most people will say they are interested in their health and diet, but this doesn't always translate into action, as our data shows. Part of our #FragmentNation series.

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39% of UK say they have given blood

With World Blood Donor Day tomorrow, many are encouraged to reflect on potential life-saving actions.

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Hay fever on the rise in the UK

Data from Kantar Health, Kantar Worldpanel and Lightspeed Health suggest that more and more Brits are suffering from seasonal allergies like hay fever – and are stocking up on over-the-counter products to help.

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37% of people in the UK never exercise or play sport

Only 7% of Europeans exercise very regularly… and the proportion who don’t has increased gradually in recent years, according to Kantar data.

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Are people in the UK as healthy as they think they are?

Research by Kantar shows that 37% of British adults consider their diets to be very healthy. Are they right?

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Global health report shows patient care remains inconsistent

Kantar Health's annual report provides a patient-centric view of the true impact of almost 200 health conditions

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From The Archive

Layering research methods has helped Kantar Health understand the behaviours of an IBS patient – and new potential solutions.
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Kantar Public is delighted to have again evaluated the ‘It Starts With Me’ (ISWM) campaign.
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Cracking the data on this growing fitness trend
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Who looks after your family's health? Dr Google?
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Latest Stories

This week sees the annual weigh-in at London Zoo, the start of Notting Hill Carnival and GCSE results released. What else is happening?

UK voters are getting more concerned about what leaving the EU would do to standards of healthcare, finds Kantar Public

Many people may not even have the means to play them, but vinyl records are still pretty popular, says Kantar data.

As well as being English Curry Week, this week sees students receive their A-Level results.

Kantar Worldpanel data shows that the breakfast category is back in growth once again, with eggs and cereal rising in popularity.

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