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Table 1 Definition of recoded exposure variables

From: Tobacco use and associated risk factors in Burkina Faso: results from a population-based cross-sectional survey

Variables Categories
Age groups “25 to 34 years old”, “35 to 44 years old”, “45 to 54 years old”, “55 to 64 years old”
Education “None”, “Primary”, “Secondary/Tertiary”
Marital status “Single”, “Married”, “Divorced/widowed”
Occupational status “Wage earner”, “Self-employed”, “Jobless”
Alcohol consumption None: Never intake of alcohol Low: intake of an average quantity of pure alcohol of less than 40 g per day for men and less than 20 g for women Mid: corresponds to taking an average quantity of pure alcohol of between 40 g and 59.9 g per day for men and between 20 g and 39.9 g for women High: intake of an average quantity of pure alcohol greater than or equal to 60 g per day for men and greater than or equal to 40 g for women.