Table 1: The behavioural risk factors of the participants (employees).

NumberCharactersMalesFemalesTotal number (%)

1Tobacco use1137
 Yes16220182 (16.1)
 No479476955 (83.9)

2Type of tobacco183
 Cigarette111 (60.7)
 Shisha43 (14.8)
 Cigarette and shisha27 (23.5)
 Not asked2 (0.6)

3Carbon monoxide (CO) measurements among smokers (ppm)183
 0–6 nonsmoker111 (60.7)
 7–15 low dependence38 (20.8)
 >15 strongly dependent34 (18.6)

4Physical activity904
 Yes287157444 (49.2)
 No219241460 (50.8)

5Physical activity frequency*890
 Yes320 (35.9)
 No520 (58.4)
 Not asked3 (0.3)
 Not applicable47 (5.3)

6Fruits and vegetables intake903
 Yes683 (75.4)
 No220 (24.3)

7Fruits and vegetables servings per day**678
 1-2/day549 (81)
 3-4/day94 (13.9)
 ≥5/day33 (4.9)
 Not asked2 (0.2)

Sufficient physical activity was defined as engaging in moderate-intensity physical activity or walking for at least 30 minutes 5 days per week or 20 minutes of vigorous activity 3 days/week.
Eating ≥5 servings of fruit and vegetables is considered protective from cardiovascular event.