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Table 2 Factors associated with being overweight/obese a in a group of 11-year-old Norwegian adolescents (n = 1103)

From: Correlates of weight status among Norwegian 11-year-olds: The HEIA study

  Crude Adjusted
OR 95%CI p OR 95%CI p
Parental education ≤12 y 1    1   
        13-16 y 0.62 0.40, 0.96 0.03 0.58 0.37, 0.92 0.020
        >16 y 0.47 0.29, 0.75 0.002 0.54 0.33, 0.89 0.015
SSB (dl/week) 1.00 0.98, 1.02 0.93    
Sum snacks (times/week) 0.97 0.92, 1.03 0.30    
Breakfast daily (yes/no) 2.00 1.17, 3.40 0.01 1.78 1.01, 3.11 0.045
TV (hrs/day) 1.53 1.28, 1.82 <0.001 1.40 1.14, 1.72 0.001
Computer game (hrs/day) 1.43 1.18, 1.74 <0.001 1.18 0.94, 1.48 0.16
ST (min/day) 1.00 1.00, 1.01 0.07 1.00 0.996, 1.003 0.81
MVPA (min/day) 0.99 0.98, 0.995 0.003 0.99 0.974, 0.996 0.010
  1. a Age and gender specific cutoffs for overweight/obesity at age from 10.5 to 12.5 as defined by International Obesity Task Force [31]. Numbers are adjusted for gender and puberty.