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Table. 1.

Basic characteristics of the study participants (n=165)

Variable Patients without DM Patients with DM Total P-value
Sex 0.482
Female 54 (60.7) 42 (55.3) 96 (58.2)
Male 35 (39.3) 34 (44.7) 69 (41.8)
Age (y) <0.001
20–49 39 (43.8) 5 (6.6) 44 (26.7)
50–64 28 (31.5) 29 (38.2) 57 (34.5)
≥65 22 (24.7) 42 (55.2) 64 (38.8)
Educational level 0.003
5 (6.1) 20 (27.0) 25 (16.0)
High school graduate 32 (39.0) 24 (32.4) 56 (35.9)
≥College graduate 45 (54.9) 30 (40.6) 75 (48.1)
Household income 0.026
Low 9 (11.3) 15 (21.4) 24 (16.0)
Middle 22 (27.5) 24 (34.3) 46 (30.7)
High 49 (61.2) 31 (44.3) 80 (53.3)
Smoking status 0.352
Non-smoker 80 (95.2) 65 (91.5) 145 (93.5)
Current smoker 4 (4.8) 6 (8.5) 10 (6.5)
Alcohol consumption 0.009
Non-drinker 27 (31.8) 39 (52.0) 66 (41.3)
Drinker 58 (68.2) 36 (48.0) 94 (58.7)
Physical activity 0.831
Low 32 (36.0) 29 (38.2) 61 (37.0)
Moderate 38 (42.7) 31 (40.8) 69 (41.8)
High 19 (21.3) 16 (21.0) 35 (21.2)
BMI (kg/m2) 0.030
<25 63 (71.6) 42 (55.3) 105 (64.0)
≥25 25 (28.4) 34 (44.7) 59 (36.0)

Values are presented as unweighted number (unweighted percentage).

DM, diabetes mellitus; BMI, body mass index.

P-value from chi-square testing.

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