The analysis found that a cohort of poorer males within Generation X - those born between 1960 and 1980 - were at increased risk because of the economic and social conditions of the decades.
Tesco Blaze Causes £700k Damage
A fire started deliberately behind a supermarket caused more than £700,000 damage.
The blaze at the back of the Tesco store in Glasgow's Shettleston area caused an electrical explosion and destroyed stock.
Police are investigating the fire, which was started in rubbish piled up against a fence in the area of Old Shettleston Road and Cockenzie Street yesterday afternoon.
Detective Sergeant Colin MacRitchie said: "Not only was the setting of this fire irresponsible, it was also very dangerous and could have caused serious injury.
"Thankfully on this occasion no-one was hurt; however, a number of homes in the area were without power for two hours as a result of this reckless act.
"The cost of the damage to Tesco runs into hundreds of thousands of pounds as there was substantial damage within the compound, to the electrical units and to stock.
"Our inquiries so far have established that there were a number of children - pupils from a nearby school - in the lane at the time as it was during their lunch break.
"It is possible they may have seen someone setting the fire or acting suspiciously in the area so I would appeal them to contact police with information that may help us with our inquiries.''
Scottish Government waiting-time targets of 18 weeks were missed for 3,666 children in the year to March 2017.
The study found that while some over-60s felt well looked after by prison staff, others were not having their needs met by the system.
We're told it was started deliberately.
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