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A Study on Factors Related to Smoking Experience by Sex: Using the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (KNHANES IV-VII, 2007-2018)
Journal of Health Informatics and Statistics
Objectives: This study aimed to identify factors related to smoking experience among Korean adults according to gender.Methods: The analysis used the data collected from 19,974 who had a smoking experience from The Korea National Health and Nutrition Survey (2007-2018). Collected data were analyzed using descriptive statistics, t-test, Logistic regression.Results: The number of smoking experiences was 77.70% for men and 14.17% for women. Both men and women were more likely to have smokeddoi:10.21032/jhis.2021.46.3.352 fatcat:d5hasyhjlbgc5bwh7w6ly56u2i