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Table 2 Baseline socio-economic and health characteristics for patient participants

From: Integrating an internet-mediated walking program into family medicine clinical practice: a pilot feasibility study

N 37
Age (SD) 45.2 (9.9)
Race, %a  
   American Indian 5.4
   Black 5.4
   White 91.9
Female, % 65.0
Education,%  
   High School degree, GED, or less 8.2
   Some College or 2-year degree 45.9
   College or graduate degree 45.9
Income, %  
   < $30,000 13.5
   $30,000 - $49,999 24.3
   $50,000 - $69,999 16.2
   > $70,000 46.0
Marital status, %  
   Married 31
   Divorced 2
   Single 4
   Other 2
Internet Experience, %  
   Basic 16.2
   Moderate 37.8
   Advanced 35.2
   Expert 10.8
Previous Pedometer Use,%  
   Yes 37.8
   No 62.2
BMI (kg/m2) 40.7 (7.6)
Currently Smoking, % 3 (8.1%)
Diagnosis,%  
   Obeseb 97.3%
   Type 2 Diabetes 21.6%
   Coronary Artery Disease 8.1%
  1. a Some participants self-identified as more than one race
  2. b 100% of sample was overweight (BMI > 25) with n = 1 reporting BMI < 30