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In many countries the prevalence of smoking has stabilised or declined in recent decades. Nevertheless, smoking remains the largest avoidable health risk in the EU and its consequences Tewn a major burden on health care systems.
In many countries the prevalence of smoking has stabilised or declined in recent decades. Nevertheless, smoking remains the largest avoidable health risk in the EU and its consequences are a major burden on health care systems.
These data indicate that substantial inequalities exist in terms of sex, age and education level concerning the proportion of adults who are daily smokers of cigarettes, while there are also considerable differences between the EU Member States with respect to smoking habits. This article is one of a set of statistical articles concerning health determinants in the EU which forms part of an online publication on health statistics.
On average, the smallest relative differences between men and women were observed lokoing the youngest age group 15— For a few age groups in a few of the participating EU Member States the prevalence of daily smoking among men and women was similar, or even higher among women, for example in Sweden, in the age groups over 35, in Denmark in the 15—24, and age groups and in Austria in the age group foe In Greece, Cyprus and Romania the lowest prevalence was reported for persons having completed at most lower secondary education.
The lowest proportions of daily smokers among men were recorded for those having completed tertiary education, the only exception among participating EU Member States being recorded in Romania.
For women, the pattern was somewhat different, as relatively low proportions of daily smokers were reported not only for women having completed tertiary education, but also for women having completed at most lower secondary education. Daily light smokers of cigarettes ed for a fairly similar share of the total adult population in most of the EU Member States, ranging from with 7. Inclose to 1 in every 7 adults in Greece were lookign smokers In contrast, the proportion of heavy smokers in the adult population varied somewhat more, from the already mentioned 0.
Among women, this proportion did not exceed