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Table 2 Distribution of risks factors, life-style habits and past medical history in the sample

From: Nulliparity enhances the risk of second primary malignancy of the breast in a cohort of women treated for thyroid cancer

Characteristic Value
BMI (Body Mass Index) mean ± SD 26.83 ± 4.74
Education level n (%)  
Degree 11 (14.67)
High school 31 (41.33)
Primary school 33 (44.00)
Parity n (%) 64 (85.33)
Smoke n (%)  
Lifetime nonsmoker 37 (49.33)
Current smoker 10 (13.34)
Former smoker 28 (37.33)
Alcohol use n (%)  
Nondrinker 22 (29.33)
Drinker 53 (70.67)
Physical activity n (%)  
None 48 (64.00)
1-2 times/week 13 (17.33)
>2 times/week 14 (18.67)
Menopause n (%) 55 (73.33)
Menarche mean age ± SD 12.38 ± 1.33
Concurrent metabolic diseases n (%)  
Dyslipidemia 3 (4.00)
Diabetes type 2 1 (1.33)
Hypertension 13 (17.33)
Metabolic syndrome 9 (12.00)
Diabetes type 2 and dyslipidemia 1 (1.33)
Diabetes type 2 and hypertension 1 (1.33)
Dyslipidemia and hypertension 13 (17.33)
None 34 (45.35)
Family history of thyroid cancer n (%) 15 (20.00)
Family history of breast cancer n (%) 33 (44.00)
SPM (Second Primary Malignancy) n (%)  
Breast 7 (9.33)
Urinary bladder 1 (1.33)
Uterus 2 (2.67)
None 65 (86.67)
Benign breast disease n (%)  
Fibroadenoma 6 (8.00)
Mastopathy 20 (26.67)