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Arrow BulletState of the Region's Health 2003 Focus on Foodborne Disease



 
This report focuses on these three main areas:
  • In each of the three topic areas, you will find highlights and a link to the complete chapter. An introduction, summary and a comprehensive list of references is also available. The Peel Health Facts section highlights the most recent health indicator data, including leading causes of hospitalizations, mortality and premature mortality, and selected reproductive health statistics.

Residents of the Region of Peel continue to enjoy relatively good health by provincial and national standards. Yet within this positive picture, many health challenges remain.

"Foodborne illness is much more common than the numbers in this report show," said Dr. David McKeown, Medical Officer of Health for the Region of Peel. "We estimate that fewer than one in every 100 of these illnesses is ever reported, making these largely preventable diseases some of the most widespread health problems in our community."

 
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