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September 2011 online edition

The September 2011 online issue of Health Reports, released today, contains two articles.

The article, "Sugar consumption among Canadians of all ages," describes the dietary intake of sugar in a nationally representative sample of Canadian children and adults. Nutritional information was collected via a 24-hour dietary recall as part of the 2004 Canadian Community Health Survey (CCHS) – Nutrition. This study reports daily intake of naturally occurring and added sugars by food group and by the top 10 sources.

For more information on this article, contact Kellie Langlois (613-951-3806;, Health Analysis Division, Statistics Canada.

The article, "Self-reported pH1N1 influenza vaccination coverage for Ontario," provides an overview of self-reported pH1N1 vaccination coverage of the Ontario population in the fall of 2009, when Canada undertook a mass vaccination campaign against pH1N1. This study builds on an existing random digit-dialling telephone survey, in which 9,010 Ontario adults participated.

For more information on this article, contact Julie Foisy (416-978-8844;, Public Health Ontario.

The complete version of the latest issue of Health Reports, Vol. 22, no. 3 (82-003-X, free), is now available from the Key resource module of our website under Publications. A print version (82-003-X, $24/$68) is also available. See How to order products.

For information about Health Reports, contact Janice Felman (613-951-6446;, Health Analysis Division, Statistics Canada.