This report is the third in a series on the health of Australia's males. It builds the evidence base for the health of young males - aged from infancy to early adulthood - focusing on those health conditions and risk factors that are age-specific, such as congenital anomalies, and those where large sex differences are observed, such as injury. Information is provided on: Life and death; Perinatal health; Gestational age and birthweight; Body weight; Physical activity and screen time; Oral health; Tobacco, alcohol and drugs; Injury; Medicare and GP services; Hospitalisations; Mental health and related services; Disability and related services; Cancer; Diabetes; and Infectious disease. In Australia, male babies born in 2009-2011 can expect to live to the age of 79.7, nearly 5 years less than female babies.
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