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Table 3 Odds ratios (95 % CI) for low physical activity by individual and social factors according to place of residence

From: Relationships between social factors and physical activity among elderly survivors of the Great East Japan earthquake: a cross-sectional study

  Own home Elsewhere
  Men (n = 1176) Women (n = 1503) Men (n = 686) Women (n = 951)
  OR 95 % Cl OR 95 % Cl OR 95 % Cl OR 95 % Cl
Age group
 65-74 years 1.00   1.00   1.00   1.00  
 75-84 years 1.49 [1.15 - 1.92] 1.55 [1.23 - 1.96] 1.43 [1.02 - 2.02] 1.85 [1.37 - 2.50]
  ≥ 85 years 2.13 [1.08 - 4.21] 2.21 [1.12 - 4.39] 1.98 [0.81 - 4.84] 1.98 [0.90 - 4.35]
Body mass index
 Normal 1.00   1.00   1.00   1.00  
 Slim 0.91 [0.42 - 1.96] 1.02 [0.57 - 1.80] 1.40 [0.53 - 3.70] 0.76 [0.42 - 1.39]
 Overweight/Obese 1.05 [0.81 - 1.35] 1.15 [0.92 - 1.44] 1.07 [0.77 - 1.50] 1.03 [0.76 - 1.39]
History of disease
 Absence of disease 1.00   1.00   1.00   1.00  
 Prevarence of diabetes 1.38 [0.95 - 1.99] 1.33 [0.86 - 2.08] 1.33 [0.96 - 1.83] 1.27 [0.96 - 1.68]
 Prevarence of hypertension 1.23 [0.96 - 1.56] 1.04 [0.84 - 1.30] 0.89 [0.57 - 1.39] 1.29 [0.76 - 2.20]
 Prevarence of hyperlipidemia 1.14 [0.71 - 1.84] 1.07 [0.79 - 1.45] 1.33 [0.65 - 2.70] 0.79 [0.55 - 1.14]
 Prevarence of depression 1.07 [0.22 - 5.19] 2.76 [0.89 - 8.62] -#   1.27 [0.41 - 3.98]
Standard of living
 Acceptable 1.00   1.00   1.00   1.00  
 Slightly difficult 1.43 [1.06 - 1.92] 1.19 [0.92 - 1.54] 1.05 [0.73 - 1.51] 1.21 [0.88 - 1.65]
 Difficult/Severely difficult 1.10 [0.77 - 1.56] 0.85 [0.61 - 1.18] 1.18 [0.79 - 1.74] 1.00 [0.71 - 1.41]
Working status
 Working 1.00   1.00   1.00   1.00  
 Non-working 2.09 [1.63 - 2.69] 2.20 [1.75 - 2.76] 1.96 [1.36 - 2.83] 1.39 [0.97 - 1.99]
Social network
  ≥ 12 1.00   1.00   1.00   1.00  
  < 12 1.56 [1.23 - 2.00] 2.14 [1.71 - 2.68] 2.01 [1.46 - 2.79] 1.34 [1.02 - 1.77]
  1. Abbreviation: OR, Odds ratio. OR were adjusted for the effect of all other variables shown in table
  2. Sharp (#) shows that prevalence of depression was not the analysis (n = 2)