The Australian Health Survey (AHS) is a cross-sectional survey conducted by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) and conducted online between January and June each year.

The AHS provides an overview of women’s mental health and well-being and provides insight into the current state of Australia’s health system.

The aim of the AHS is to collect and analyze data to provide information about the health and wellbeing of women in Australia, and to inform policy-making on women’s issues and opportunities.

The survey is the largest survey of women aged 25 and over in the world, and the largest in the UK.

The online survey is conducted by SMS and conducted in English and English-medium languages.

The results of the survey are presented in the AHRQ annual report.

In the 2017-18 survey, the AHA surveyed 1,000 women across Australia, representing approximately 20% of the population.

This is the highest sample size of any survey in the history of the health survey.

The most recent results were released on 30 October 2018, with more than 2,000 respondents, representing almost 70% of Australia-wide women.

A survey of Australian women aged 18-24 is also being conducted, which will be released in March 2019.

The Australian survey is part of a wider national survey of Australians aged 18+ conducted by ABS-CBN in 2019.

Data from the 2018 survey will be used in the 2018 Australian census, which is due to be released on 20 November 2020.

The ABS-CPB, which conducts the ABS-AHRQ, has recently begun using data from the AHE to update its 2017-19 survey results.

The new data will provide a new baseline to analyse the health status of Australian households.

The first wave of data from this survey was released in May 2019.

Results from the second wave of the census were released in October 2019.

In January 2020, the ABS released a second wave survey, which included the responses of 6,000 Australian women.

The second wave was conducted online and includes a total of 4,000 responses.

The final AHE survey results were completed in March 2020, and are the most recent survey results to be presented.

The data provided by the AHI shows that women aged 20-24 in Australia are much more likely to be living in poverty than women in the rest of the world.

The gap between the wellbeing of these two age groups is substantial, particularly for women aged under-18, with women in their 20s more likely than women of any other age group to be homeless, or living in households where they do not have access to food, housing, clothing or medical care.

For example, the gap between women aged over-65 and women aged 65+ is almost two-and-a-half times larger than the gap for women under-19.

This has been found in a number of other research studies.

This gap is particularly stark in women’s education, with one in four Australian women without a degree, or those who are below the poverty line, reporting that they cannot afford to pay for the basic needs of their children.

AHA Women’s Health Services Director, Professor Rebecca Latham said the survey results highlighted the need for Australia to focus on the needs of women, particularly those who have experienced trauma.

The ABS and the AHT are conducting their own research to explore how we can best respond to the health needs of young people, and look into ways to support those who suffer from mental health issues.”

In many countries, including Australia, there are services and resources available to help women, but these can be a barrier to accessing these services for many women.”

The ABS and the AHT are conducting their own research to explore how we can best respond to the health needs of young people, and look into ways to support those who suffer from mental health issues.