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Table 2 Associations between tea consumption and depressive symptoms for Chinese elderly (2005–2014 panel data)

From: Association between tea consumption and depressive symptom among Chinese older adults

  Model 1 Model 2 Model 3 Model 4
Inconsistent drinkers − 0.22*** − 0.01 0.00 0.04
Consistent drinkers −0.35*** −0.07 − 0.01 0.05
Consistent daily drinkers − 0.95*** − 0.40*** − 0.31*** − 0.21***
Age   0.00 − 0.03*** − 0.03***
Male   −0.21*** 0.05 0.03
Urban   −0.39*** −0.44*** − 0.38***
Literate   −0.46*** −0.35*** − 0.25***
Married   −0.77*** −0.76*** − 0.75***
Having pension   −0.82*** −0.74*** − 0.59***
Smoking    −0.14** −0.11*
Drinking    −0.49*** −0.45***
ADL score    −0.29*** −0.27***
MMSE score    −0.09*** −0.08***
Playing card/mahjong     −0.48***
Community activity     −0.40***
Tourism     −1.00***
Cases 13,026 13,026 13,026 13,026
Observations 23,436 23,436 23,436 23,436
  1. * p < 0.1, ** p < 0.05, *** p < 0.01