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Table 2 Bivariate and Multiple Logistic Regression Analyses of Fair/Poor Health Status (North Texas Healthy Heart Study, N = 135)

From: Acculturation and self-reported health among Hispanics using a socio-behavioral model: the North Texas Healthy Heart Study

  Bivariate Model 1 Model 2 Model 3 Model 4
  ORa 95% CIb OR 95% CI OR 95% CI OR 95% CI OR 95% CI
Acculturation           
   Mexican-oriented 3.16 1.37, 7.25 1.87 0.73, 4.81 3.65 1.35, 9.89 3.67 1.35, 9.98 3.53 1.04, 11.97
Predisposing Factors           
Agec 1.00 0.95, 1.04 0.98 0.93, 1.03      0.98 0.91, 1.05
Gender           
   Male 0.95 0.44, 2.02 1.37 0.58, 3.24       
Education           
   Less than High School 4.16 1.93, 8.97 4.06 1.64, 10.05      2.42 0.75, 7.77
Enabling Factors           
Income           
   Below $20,000 1.82 0.84, 3.93    1.45 0.60, 3.47    1.14 0.39, 3.28
No health Insurance 1.39 0.67, 2.88    0.74 0.29, 1.88    0.35 0.11, 1.13
No healthcare provider 1.69 0.73, 3.90    1.13 0.42, 3.04    1.91 0.61, 5.91
Need Factors           
Diabetes Mellitus present 2.10 0.92, 4.76      0.98 0.32, 2.99   
Hypertension present 1.61 0.78, 3.29      1.54 0.62, 3.84 1.68 0.62, 4.58
Hyperlipidemia present 2.26 0.94, 5.42      1.91 0.62, 5.88   
Body Mass indexc 1.06 0.99, 1.12      1.07 0.99, 1.17   
Perceived stressc 1.07 1.01, 1.14      1.03 0.95, 1.12 1.03 0.94, 1.13
Sense of controlc 0.26 0.12, 0.58      0.43 0.17, 1.07 0.46 0.16, 1.31
Social supportc 0.97 0.52, 1.82      0.59 0.25, 1.37   
Depression symptomatologyc 1.08 1.04, 1.12      1.07 1.01, 1.13 1.06 1.01, 1.32
  1. Note: aOdds Ratio; bConfidence Interval; cAssessed as a continuous variable