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Table 2 Multivariate association of overweight with socio-demographic and lifestyle factors

From: Socio-demographic and lifestyle factors associated with overweight in a representative sample of 11-15 year olds in France: Results from the WHO-Collaborative Health Behaviour in School-aged Children (HBSC) cross-sectional study

  OR 95% CI P
Family affluence    0.0001
   High 1   
   Medium 1.24 1.03-1.51 0.024
   Low 1.80 1.37-2.36 < 0.001
Smoking    0.7468
   No 1   
   Yes, but not daily 1.14 0.78-1.65 0.498
   Yes, daily 1.11 0.73-1.69 0.620
Consuming alcohol weekly    
   No 1   
   Yes 1.03 0.77-1.38 0.823
Eating fruit daily    
   No 1   
   Yes 1.10 0.90-1.36 0.352
Eating vegetables daily    
   No 1   
   Yes 1.01 0.84-1.22 0.886
Eating breakfast daily    
   No 1   
   Yes 0.73 0.60-0.88 0.001
MVPA ≥ 1 hour for ≥ 5 days per week    
   No 1   
   Yes 0.69 0.56-0.84 < 0.001
VPA ≥ 2 hours per week    
   No    
   Yes 0.71 0.59-0.86 < 0.001
Using video games > 2 hours per day    
   No 1   
   Yes 0.97 0.76-1.23 0.795
Using computer > 2 hours per day    
   No 1   
   Yes 0.89 0.72-1.10 0.276
Interaction age*gender    
   11 years*boys 1   
   13 years*boys 1.14 0.83-1.58 0.415
   15 years*boys 1.27 0.93-1.74 0.130
   11 years*girls 1   
   13 years*girls 0.68 0.49-0.92 0.014
   15 years*girls 0.55 0.39-0.78 0.001
Interaction TV viewing *gender    
   TV viewing (≤ 2 hours per day)*boys 1   
   TV viewing (> 2 hours per day)*boys 1.21 0.94-1.54 0.133
   TV viewing (≤ 2 hours per day)*girls 1   
   TV viewing (> 2 hours per day)*girls 1.93 1.42-2.62 < 0.001
  1. MVPA: moderate to vigorous physical activity, VPA: vigorous physical activity, TV: television