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Percentage of Adults Aged 18 Years or Older with Diagnosed Diabetes Who Currently Smoke, by Sex, United States, 1994–2010

 

YearSex
MaleFemale
CrudeAge-AdjustedCrudeAge-Adjusted
PercentStd ErrorPercentStd ErrorPercentStd ErrorPercentStd Error
199417.31.321.31.816.71.022.01.7
199520.01.523.82.116.42.027.44.2
199618.81.324.82.117.10.924.31.7
199720.31.225.11.913.80.819.01.4
199818.71.125.01.814.80.821.81.4
199916.51.021.92.014.00.819.61.4
200019.11.426.22.915.80.821.91.3
200118.10.823.21.315.60.621.41.1
200218.90.824.61.416.00.723.11.3
200318.00.823.71.517.50.723.31.1
200416.70.824.01.515.50.621.61.1
200517.60.722.51.415.40.521.41.0
200616.60.721.91.414.00.520.21.1
200716.60.620.81.114.40.419.10.8
200816.80.622.31.314.40.418.90.8
200915.50.620.41.314.90.419.70.9
201015.90.520.91.114.80.419.00.8

Methods and Limitations

Data Source: Information came from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention's Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System. Data computed by personnel of the CDC's Division of Diabetes Translation.

 
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