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Table 3 Logistic regression models for hypertension and BMI

From: The differential impact of subjective and objective aspects of social engagement on cardiovascular risk factors

  hypertension BMI
  Model 1 Model 2 Model 1 Model 2
  OR(95% CI) OR(95% CI) OR(95% CI) OR(95% CI)
Age 1.121 1.114 1.123 1.139
  (1.064 - 1.182)** (1.056 - 1.175)** (1.047- 1.203)** (1.060 - 1.224)**
Age squared 0.999 0.999 0.9989 0.999
  (0.999 - 1.000)** (0.999 - 1.000)** (0.998 - 0.999)** (0.998 - 0.999)**
Female 0.180 0.183 0.5435 0.558
  (0.095 - 0.340)** (0.096 - 0.347)** ( 0.253 - 1.211) ( 0.257 - 1.211)
Age*sex 1.022 1.021 1.0119 1.011
  (1.012 - 1.032)** (1.012 - 1.031)** (1.000 - 1.023)* (0.999 - 1.023)
Education 0.937 0.933 0.8890 0.887
  (0.887 - 0.990)* (0.883 - 0.987)* (0.836 - 0..945)** (0.833 - 0.944)**
Married 0.859 0.846 1.1386 1.111
  (0.768 - 0.961)** (0.755 - 0.948)** (1.005 - 1.289)* (0.978 - 1.262)
Social participation 0.934 0.930 0.9026 0.897
  (0.888 - 0.982)** (0.884 - 0.979)** (0.852 - 0.956)** (0.846 - 0.952)**
Social ties 0.992 0.991 1.0577 1.061
  (0.945 - 1.042) (0.943 - 1.041) (1.002 - 1.116)* (1.005 - 1.120)
Emotional support 1.067 1.092 0.9474 0.968
  (0.944 - 1.206) (0.963 - 1.238) (0.826 - 1.086) (0.840 - 1.116)
ADL 1.052 1.051 1.6548 1.542
  (0.933 - 1.185) (0.929 - 1.189) (1.456 - 1.881)** (1.350 - 1.762)**
Depression 0.942 0.938 0.9364 0.921
  (0.836 - 1.060) (0.832 - 1.058) (0.821 - 1.068) (0.805 - 1.053)
CVD 0.843 0.832 1.5589 1.479
  (0.743 - 0.957)** (0.731 - 0.946)** (1.361 - 1.785)*** (1.288 - 1.699)**
Chronic disease 0.966 0.964 1.2305 1.215
  (0.896 - 1.042) (0.894 - 1.040) (1.134 - 1.335)** (1.118 - 1.320)**
Never smoked   1.033   1.727
   (0.910 - 1.173)   ( 1.005 - 1.289)**
Physical activity   0.995   0.839
   (0.953 - 1.039)   (0.799 - 0.882)**
  1. 95% confidence intervals in parentheses
  2. * significant at 5%; ** significant at 1%
  3. Model 1 controls for age, gender, education, and comorbidity (physical ability, depression, chronic conditions and cardiovascular disease)
  4. Model 2 contains all adjustments from Model 1 with addition of health behaviours