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Table 2 Estimated mean effects of social integration (modeled as latent growth curves) on the index of metabolic dysregulation

From: Impact of social integration on metabolic functions: evidence from a nationally representative longitudinal study of US older adults

  Model 1   Model 2  
  OR (95% CI) P value OR (95% CI) P value
All (N = 4,323) 0.54 (0.40, 0.72) < 0.001 0.63 (0.46, 0.86) 0.002
Age     
 < 65 years (N = 1,697) 0.47 (0.29, 0.75) 0.002 0.57 (0.34, 0.95) 0.030
 65 or more years (N = 2,626) 0.65 (0.47, 0.90) 0.010 0.74 (0.53, 1.05) 0.090
Sex     
 Male (N = 1,714 ) 0.53 (0.31, 0.91) 0.020 0.58 (0.33, 1.02) 0.059
 Female (N = 2,609) 0.50 (0.35, 0.73) < 0.001 0.64 (0.44, 0.96) 0.029
Race     
 White (N = 3,597) 0.52 (0.38, 0.71) < 0.001 0.62 (0.45, 0.86) 0.004
 Nonwhite (N = 726) 0.50 (0.20, 1.24) 0.133 0.61 (0.23, 1.64) 0.328
Education     
 < 12 years (N = 2,333) 0.50 (0.32, 0.79) 0.003 0.53 (0.33, 0.84) 0.007
 12 or more years (N = 1,990) 0.64 (0.42, 0.97) 0.034 0.72 (0.46, 1.13) 0.154
Household income     
 Lower quartiles (N = 3,252) 0.58 (0.40, 0.84) 0.004 0.63 (0.43, 0.93) 0.032
 Top quartile (N = 1,071) 0.65 (0.37, 1.14) 0.132 0.64 (0.37, 1.08) 0.090
  1. Note: Model 1 adjusted for age, sex, race, and BMI; model 2 adjusted for all covariates.