Resources

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Update 2019 – Your health in mid-life

This booklet was sent to you in April 2019. It covers findings from the study about your health including physical functioning, metabolic health and cognitive function.

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Update 2018

This booklet was sent to you in April 2018. It covers findings from the study about the benefits of being an older mother and weight in middle age.

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Update 2017

This booklet was sent to you in April 2017. It covers findings from the study about the benefits of being a working dad and mental health in middle age.

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BCS70 2016-18 Survey: A step-by-step guide (Scotland)

The 2016-18 Survey began in July 2016 and will run into early 2018. We will be inviting people to take part throughout this period.

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BCS70 2016-18 Survey: A step-by-step guide

The 2016-18 Survey began in July 2016 and will run into early 2018. We will be inviting people to take part throughout this period.

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BCS70 2016-18 Survey: Advance Letter

The 2016-18 Survey is taking place between July 2016 and early 2018.  We will be inviting people to take part throughout this period.  When we start contacting people in your area you will receive a copy of this letter providing information about the survey.

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Update 2016: A focus on health

This booklet was sent to you in April 2016. It covers key findings from the study about health, including mental health, physical activity, and binge drinking.

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Update 2015

This booklet was sent to you in April 2015. It covers findings from the study about religious beliefs, help from parents in finding a job, and the long-term benefits of reading for pleasure.

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Update 2014

The booklet was sent to you in April 2014. It includes some of the first findings from the Age 42 Survey about your health and lifestyles at this age.

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Update 2013

This booklet was sent to you in April 2013. It covers findings from the study about parents’ unemployment, links between child behaviour and adult obesity, and how your relationship with your parents affects your likelihood of having children.