Health conditions and living habits
Analyses, articles and publications
- Increase in daily use of snus among young women
The share of the population that smokes daily is still decreasing, while the daily use of snus in 2022 is at the same level as it was in 2021. The share of women that use snus daily has increased in the same period of time.
- Mortality by occupation. Trends after 2000
The inequality in mortality between different occupations is well known from earlier studies, particularly amongst men.
- The Nordics during the first phases of COVID-19
This publication describes the Nordics during the first phases of COVID-19. The publication is the result of the Nordic Chief Statisticians' decision to publish a joint comparative analysis concerning the socio-economic effects of COVID-19 in Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden.
- Almost twice as many daily users of snus as daily smokers
Fewer smoke cigarettes daily, while daily use of snus has increased over the past ten years. Almost twice as many people now use snus daily (15 percent), compared to daily smokers (8 percent). The share of daily users of snus has nearly doubled since 2011.
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