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http://www.who.int/whosis/indicators/compendium/2008/1pou/en/: BMI http://www.who.int/gender/documents/Gender_Tobacco_2.

pdf: Gender, health and tobacco Although most statistics showed that smoking among male is higher than that among female, this smoking pattern varies among countries (Samet, Yoon & WHO 2010, pp.2931). In USA and Britain, there is nearly equal between male and female, and in Sweden, female smokers are more than male smokers. Smoking status Frequency Percent Whether ever smoked Yes No Missing Number of cigarettes per week 0 2 50 51 100 101 150 151+ Missing Cigarette smoking status Never regularly smoke Ex-regular smoker Less than 20 a day 20 or more a day Missing Age when started smoking 8 - 18 19 29 30 + Missing Whether father smoked Yes No Missing 1056 444 0 1101 91 111 145 51 1 682 405 285 127 1 564 200 43 693 1058 398 44 70.4 29.6 0 73.4 6.1 7.4 9.7 3.4 0.1 45.5 27.0 19.0 8.5 0.1 37.6 13.3 2.9 46.2 70.5 26.6 2.9

Whether mother smoked Yes No Missing 527 963 10 35.1 64.2 0.7